DermatologyInfection from Mycobacterium porcinum is an uncommon result of penetrating wounds, but one that should be considered when a cat presents with draining tracts in fatty areas.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareEarly recognition of sepsis from the emergency care team played an important role in the case of this Siberian husky.
AnesthesiologyLittle is known about chest wall rigidity, or “wooden chest syndrome,” in veterinary patients and it can prove to be fatal without expert intervention.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareThis case report describes a “textbook” addisonian crisis in a dog with regard to clinical presentation, laboratory values, and signalment.
Emergency Medicine/Critical CareThis case report involving an English springer spaniel illustrates the importance of a good working relationship between the primary and emergency care teams.
OncologyThis case report describes the treatment of a cat diagnosed with nasal lymphoma, which is uncommon in cats compared with all types of neoplasia.
This case report of a mare that began hemorrhaging into her abdomen soon after parturition illustrates how preliminary laboratory work, careful observations, and prompt treatment allowed for the best possible outcome.