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The ins and outs of polyuria and polydipsia in veterinary practice
DVM360 MAGAZINE
There are many terms used to describe abnormalities in urine production. Here we set out to provide a concise reference for the most common ones veterinarians encounter.
Therapy lasers: A handy comparison chart
VETERINARY ECONOMICS
Thinking of adding or expanding laser therapy services in your veterinary practice? Get started on your buying quest with this comparison of some of the choices available.
Veterinarians must be aggressive to detect distal limb lameness in sport horses
DVM360 MAGAZINE
Rigorous evaluation techniques and diagnostics are key for veterinarians to identify lameness early and for successful treatment.
Imaging articles
Delineating the cause of a bearded dragon's anorexia and weight loss
VETERINARY MEDICINE
A contrast enema study helped clinicians detect an intestinal stricture in this exotic pet. See how this diagnostic step can help your reptile patients with similar signs.
Positive-contrast cystography in a dog with a hard-to-detect bladder rupture
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Be sure to look a little deeper when using this technique during your search for a ruptured bladder to prevent missing the diagnosis.
A Chihuahua with traumatic bite wounds
VETERINARY MEDICINE
What lies beneath this little dog's bite wounds?
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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