July/August 2017

July/August 2017

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Canine Uveitis and the Veterinary Technician

Canine Uveitis and the Veterinary Technician

Uveitis can be not only a confusing and frustrating diagnosis for owners, but also a sign of underlying, potentially zoonotic disease. This article provides an overview of essential information for assisting clients and protecting the veterinary team.

Luxating Patellas: Pathology and Treatment Options

Luxating Patellas: Pathology and Treatment Options

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Patellar luxation is one of the most common hindlimb orthopedic abnormalities seen in dogs. This article discusses the anatomy, diagnosis, management, and other aspects of patellar luxation with which veterinary technicians should be familiar.

Rabbit Dentistry

Rabbit Dentistry

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This article provides an overview of rabbit dentistry. Topics discussed include anatomy and physiology of the oral cavity; causes, clinical signs, and treatment of dental disease; diagnostic modalities; and prevention of dental disease.

Intervertebral Disc Herniation

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Intervertebral disc herniation is the most common spinal disease in dogs. This article discusses the pathophysiology, signs, diagnosis, and treatment of this condition, as well as nursing care and rehabilitation.

What Moves You? by Brenda Feller. Passion

Passion

Find out how editorial board member Brenda Feller found her career path through her passions—and vice versa.

Compliance: A Team Effort

Compliance: A Team Effort

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Does your practice struggle with low compliance rates? Debbie Boone shares some tips from her 23 years of veterinary practice management experience on how to boost client compliance.

Career Success: The Long Run

Career Success: The Long Run

“I’d be happy in my job if only _________ would change.” If this phrase sounds familiar, read this issue’s Final Thoughts and learn how you can make change happen.

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