The Prognostic Utility of Degenerative Left Shifts in Dogs
The degenerative left shift (DLS) is a pattern seen on haematology samples indicating the presence of an increased number of immature neutrophils, and the presence of toxic changes. This is considered to be a poor prognostic indicator, but there is little evidence to support this in dogs.
CLINICAL AND LOW-FIELD MRI CHARACTERISTICS OF INJECTION SITE SARCOMA IN 19 CATS
Injection site sarcomas are rare but serious neoplasms which can be very extensive locally. The extent of the tumour can be visualised on MRI, and so MRI is often recommended for staging and surgical planning purposes.
Upper Airway Obstruction in Norwich Terriers: 16 Cases
Obstructive airway syndrome is common in brachycephalic breeds, but the Norwich Terrier, a non-brachycephalic breed, is reported to suffer from respiratory problems. This study characterised obstructive airway syndrome in this breed.
Use of prednisolone as monotherapy in the treatment of feline pemphigus foliaceus: a retrospective study of 37 cats
Pemphigus foliaceous is an autoimmune skin condition that can affects cats. In some countries, prednisone is used to treat this condition. This retrospective study assessed the success of using prednisolone instead of prednisone to treat the condition.