EJCAP 24(2), Summer 2014

Pick, pluck & pull. Feather damaging behaviour

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Clear changes in the distribution of vectors of disease in Europe have been evident over the past two decades. Climate change may be responsible for part of this, but changes in habitat management...
Intravenous fluid therapy has become a ubiquitous intervention in both human and veterinary medicine. The field of fluid therapy is characterised by numerous controversies, and despite their...
Plumage disorders in parrots represent one of the more common, but also one of the more challenging and frustrating problems that veterinarians dealing with parrots in their daily practice face on a...
Injection site sarcomas (ISS) (previously designated vaccine-associated sarcomas) are rare, aggressive tumours that develop in cats as a side effect after administration of vaccines or less often...
The authors present an anatomically substantiated technology for treating dogs with tibial fractures using the method of transosseous osteosynthesis according to Ilizarov; the technology provides...
Veterinary practices have only a small percentage of highly engaged clients. A detailed analysis of the economic transactions involving 135,000 canine and feline patients of 100 Spanish veterinary...
To describe the efficacy of porcine small intestinal submucosa in corneal reconstructive surgery in dogs and cats through a large retrospective study.
To describe unusual neurological complications secondary to haemostatic disorders in critically ill dogs and to discuss the actual controversies in the clinical diagnosis and management of these...
EJCAP 24(2), Summer 2014