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Diagnostic procedures
The rarity of zebras in your lab work
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Dr. Adam Birkenheuer explains the relevance of Occam's razor when looking through your laboratory test results.
CVC highlight: Get the most out of your laboratory work
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Dr. Adam Birkenheuer gives pointers to make sure you get the most out of your laboratory test results.
Laboratory requisition forms: It's all about the history
VETERINARY MEDICINE
A commentary on the importance of providing a clinical history on laboratory requisition forms.
Imaging articles
Which form of advanced imaging is best?
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Dr. Ryan King provides a brief overview of which cases are best suited for CT vs. MRI.
CVC highlight: When to refer for advanced imaging—and when not to
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Dr. Ryan King outlines which forms of imaging are most helpful in with certain clinical cases.
Why three is better than two: An overview of three- vs. two-view thoracic radiographic studies
VETERINARY MEDICINE
If you are only obtaining one lateral thoracic view during your radiographic examination, you could be missing important findings—and, thus, not helping patients to the best of your ability.
Audio, video, and interactive articles
Blood pressure measurement in cats (2:10)
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Dr. Cynthia Stubbs discusses the importance of measuring blood pressure in all cats.
Slideshow: Cytology sample interpretation
VETERINARY MEDICINE SUPPLEMENT
A slideshow by Dr. Wayne Rosenkrantz.
Identifying dogs with leptospirosis (6:38)
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Dr. Stephen C. Barr offers testing and interpretation tips that help in identifying leptospirosis in dogs.

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Spotlight on Ehrlichia ewingii (Sponsored by IDEXX)
In many parts of the United States, infection of dogs with the pathogen Ehrlichia ewingii is far more common than infection with the better-known Ehrlichia canis.
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