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Overviewon Mast Cell Tumorsin Canines
Among adult dogs,cancer is the most common cause of death,between these mast cell tumors (MCTs) account for 7-21% of all skin neoplasias.The most common form of MCTs are the cutaneous MCTs (85%) followed by subcutaneous ...
The correlation of neuter status and clinical manifestations of orthopaedic disorders-systematic literature review
Elective gonadectomy is a widespread surgery for dogs and has many positive effects on health, population control, behaviourand longevity.
The efficacy of GS-441524 in treating FIP, based on clinical trials and field reports
Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is a devastating disease that isalmost 100% fatalonce clinical signs are manifested.
Feline Infectious Peritonitis: Certain death? A FIP summary and literary review of new treatment research
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a coronaviral disease of domesticated cats (Felis catus) that almost invariably leads to death. For 60 years, scientists, researchers, and veterinarians have strived to find a ...
Detection of lameness in dairy cattle: behavioural health indicators and use of new technologies
Lameness is considered as one of the most costly conditions in dairy cattle. Over the past few years, scientists and engineers have tried to develop many aspects of lameness assessment in dairy farms.
Genetics of Aggressive Behaviour in Dogs
Summary: Aggression and undesirable behaviours are traits still too complex for genome scans to display their full potential in this field.
Literature review of feline ocular tumors with apost-traumatic ocular sarcoma case
Tumors of the felineocularglobeis a general term referring to a broader collection of malignant andbenign tumors that can occur in various structuresof the eye.
The epidemiological situation of foot and mouth disease in some East Asian countries
Summary: Foot and mouth disease is a highly contagious disease affecting domestic and wild cloven-hoofed animals.
Plant intoxication of the herbivorous species in Normandy, France, since 2000
Normandy is a region of France famous for its meadows where cattle and horses are grazing among apple trees. As I live in Normandy, I am very attached to these landscapes. Furthermore, as a vet student, I feel particularly ...