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Can outcome be predicted in dogs with IMHA?
Background Treatment of dogs with primary immune-mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA) is difficult and frequently unrewarding. Prognostic factors have been evaluated in a number of previous studies, ...
Emma Lagerlow 1:32pm September 29th, 2015
Managing the horse with internal haemorrhage is challenging but can be rewarding.
The medical records of 19 horses with acute hemoperitoneum were reviewed. The causes for the hemoperitoneum were idiopathic (8 horses), splenic hematoma with capsular tear (7), bleeding from the repro...
Emma Lagerlow 12:10pm September 28th, 2015
Access to medications for the control of intestinal worms in the horse is becoming increasingly controversial
Introduction In-depth knowledge of the use of anthelminthics in the field, especially by veterinarians, is required to design more sustainable parasite control strategies. Materials and me...
Emma Lagerlow 2:26pm September 21st, 2015
Are special diets for kidney disease really accepted by cats?
Introduction Renal foods are used to manage chronic kidney disease (CKD) in dogs and cats, but their effectiveness may be limited by the ability to transition animals to them. Material and...
Emma Lagerlow 2:00pm September 21st, 2015
Gastric ulcers are the most common medical problem of the horse.
Click here for a link to the ECEIM consensus statement on the topic from the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. ...
Emma Lagerlow 1:14pm September 16th, 2015