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Canine hip dysplasia is the most common non-traumatic orthopaedic pathology of growing dogs; it is characterized by lack of congruity between the articular surfaces of the head of femur and the acetabular cup, which inexorably leads to arthritic degeneration of variable severity.
Osteosarcoma is a malignancy that occurs in both the dog and cat. In the dog it accounts for 85-98% of bone tumours (Liptak et al., 2004b; Dernell et al., 2007).The tumour develops more frequently in the appendicular skeleton (75%) but can also occur in the axial skeleton (24%) and rarely in extra-osseous sites (1%) (gastrointestinal tract, liver, subcutaneous tissue, bladder, kidney, thyroid,...
When dealing with dogs and cats it may happen to have to take care of orphaned puppies and kittens who have no access to maternal care and/or cannot be nursed with their mother’s milk.
Puerperal eclampsia, also called puerperal tetany, hypocalcaemia or milk fever, is an acute, potentially fatal disorder that affects dogs and cats. It is due to a state of hypocalcaemia, which can develop before but, more frequently, after delivery because of a depletion of calcium from the blood in order for this element to be used in the production of milk.   SIGNALMENT AND HISTORY Puerperal...
L-asparaginase is a bacterial enzyme isolated from Escherichia coli and Erwinia carotovora. The enzyme from this latter has some advantages (less risk of causing allergic reactions) and some disadvantages (reduced activity and often difficult to obtain). There is also a pegylated form (PEG-asparaginase), which is the enzyme extracted from E. coli stabilised by polyethylene glycol. PEG-...
The T3 suppression test is the safest and most reliable dynamic evaluation of thyroid function available for use in cats. The purpose of the test is to demonstrate the presence of a negative feedback on the production of thyroid hormone after administration of exogenous administration of liothyroxine (T3) in subjects not affected by hyperthyroidism. The test is particularly useful in cases in...
Zinc phosphide is an inorganic compound with a dark grey, crystalline appearance. It has a characteristic smell of garlic or rotting fish. Zinc phosphide was synthesised for the first time in 1740 and initially used as a rodenticide in Italy in 1911-1912. This compound is currently used for the control of various animals, such as mice, rats, squirrels, wild rabbits and moles. In recent years it...

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