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Apr
16

Assessment of individual kidney function in a dog with congenital anomalies of the urinary tract

by Heier, E., Urban, C., Abdellatif, A., Thiel, C., Neiger, R.

A 21-month-old entire female labrador retriever was presented for polyuria, pollakiuria, haematuria and intermittent urinary incontinence. Clinical signs were absent during antibiotic treatment but reoccurred shortly after completion of a treatment c...

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Apr
16

Congenital bilateral laryngeal paralysis in a 10-month-old English springer spaniel

by Zurita, M., Dempsey, L.

This report describes a 10-month-old female, English springer spaniel that was referred to the surgical department for investigation of progressive exercise intolerance and stridor. After performing a complete blood test, thorough examination of the ...

VetRecordCaseReports
Apr
15

Anaesthesia management of a pug (in late-stage pregnancy) with lung lobe torsion

by Harthardottir, H., Thierry, F., Murison, P. J.

Anaesthetic management can be challenging when patients have multiple comorbidities. This report presents one such case: a pug with brachycephalic airway syndrome, in late gestation, presented with a lung lobe torsion. Under general anaesthesia the d...

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Apr
15

Craniomandibular osteopathy in a golden jackal (Canisaureus)

by Marinkovic, D. M., Lazarevic Macanovic, M., Krstic, N., Cirovic, D., Gielen, I.

Craniomandibular osteopathy is a rare disorder in dogs, characterised by subperiosteal and extraperiosteal new bone proliferations on the skull, on the mandibles in particular and occasionally on long bones. Data about craniomandibular osteopathy in ...

VetRecordCaseReports
Apr
13

Vet and farrier: the importance of teamwork

This month, a horse owner discusses the importance of a close relationship between vet and farrier

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