Use of accelerometry to investigate physical activity in dogs receiving chemotherapy
Chemotherapy is widely used in veterianry practice to treat or palliate neoplasia, but has the po-tential to cause a number of side effects that could impact a patient’s quality of life.
Degenerative Encephalopathy in Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers Presenting with a Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder
A large number of neurodegenerative conditions occur in humans and animals. This study char-acterised a new degenerative neurological disease affecting Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriev-ers (NSDTRs).
RETROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL CONFORMAL RADIA-TION THERAPY VS. PREDNISOLONE ALONE IN 30 CASES OF CANINE INFRATENTO-RIAL BRAIN TUMORS
Brain tumours can be described as supratentorial, mainly those involving the cerebrum, and in-fratentorial, ie brainstem and cerebellum.
Retrospective evaluation of acute liver failure in dogs (1995–2012): 49 cases
Acute liver failure (ALF) is a severe, life-threatening event. This retrospective case study of 49 dogs aimed to characterise the clinical findings of dogs with ALF.