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Oct
13

Clinical, diagnostic imaging, surgical findings and long-term outcome in a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with thoracolumbar vertebral articular process hyperplasia

by Stabile, F., Brash, R., De Risio, L.

A 2-year-old female spayed Cavalier King Charles Spaniel presented with 10-day history of progressive painful T3–L3 myelopathy. MRI of the spine revealed an extradural dorsal spinal cord compression at the level of T12–T13 vertebrae caused by hyperpl...

VetRecordCaseReports
Oct
12

Jennifer Poland

by Jones, G. C., Denny, H., Davies, J.

A woman of ideas. As a teacher with an interest in learning methods, she set up the profession’s first continuing education pack, which were loaned to vets across the world.

VetRecord
Oct
12

Take some time out . . .

In the Take Some Time Out part of the Balance section, we want to celebrate the ways our readers have found to look after themselves so they can better look after their clients.Send your stories, photos and recommendations to vet.editorial@bmj.com or...

VetRecord
Oct
12

Getting it right on mistakes

by Oxtoby, C.

Mistakes are an inevitable part of both life and veterinary practice. But Catherine Oxtoby says there are ways to reduce the risk both of an error occurring and of it impacting on your wellbeing.

VetRecord
Oct
12

Time to get to sleep

by Farquhar, M.

Struggling to fall or to stay asleep? It’s a common problem and can be particularly challenging when working irregular and antisocial hours. Michael Farquhar offers some advice on how to increase your chances of getting the rest you need.

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