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Examination of puppies is an essential part of clinical practice for both general veterinarians and specialist ones. In order to be able to measure an animal’s temperature accurately, palpate it or withdraw blood or other organic material, it should be possible to handle the patient easily and, if necessary, for long periods of time. Some critical steps associated with the clinical examination...
Feline mammary hyperplasia (also called fibroadenomatous hyperplasia,  mammary hypertrophy, mammary dysplasia, mammary fibroadenomatosis, fibroadenoma complex, fibroepithelial hyperplasia, fibroglandular mammary hypertrophy and feline mammary hypertrophy/fibroadenoma complex) was described for the first time in 1973 as a condition characterized by a benign fibroglandular proliferation of one or...
Inappropriate micturition consists of the emission of substantial amounts of urine in large puddles on horizontal, usually adsorbent and “modifiable” substrates in various parts of the house (rather than in the litter box). The sequence of elimination is as follows: the cat explores the substrate by smelling it, digs a hollow with its forelimbs, turns on itself, progressively “crouching”, empties...
The speed with which food transits through the gastrointestinal tract is a variable that can be influenced by factors that are intrinsic to the animal as well as by characteristics of the ration of food given. For this reason dietary strategies can be used to try to improve the symptoms of an animal with disordered gastrointestinal motility. Normally the stomach of a dog empties in 6 to 8 hours,...
In 1932, neurosurgeon Harvey Cushing described for the first time a strange syndrome connected with the presence of “atypical basophilic cells” in the pituitary gland. Today this disease is well known and is called Cushing’s Syndrome. When speaking specifically about the pituitary form [Pituitary dependent-hypercortisolism (PDH)] it is also called Cushing’s Disease.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a primary disorder of the myocardium characterized by concentric ventricular hypertrophy (predominantly of the left ventricle), in the absence of left ventricular dilatation and of underlying causes. The heart can undergo concentric hypertrophy following cardiovascular diseases that cause a pressure overload (aortic stenosis, systemic hypertension) or...
Insufficient or inadequate nutrition is responsible for many pathophysiological changes. One of the most serious consequences is cellular and humoural immunoparesis from reduced neutrophil activity.

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