Revue de médecine vétérinaire (REV MED VET-TOULOUSE)

Publisher: Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse

Journal description

The Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire publishes four kinds of text: Scientific reviews on subjects related to veterinary and comparative medicine. 2) Original reports on fundamental or applied research. 3) Continuous education articles, that should be easily understandable by non-specialists. 4) Clinical reports.

Current impact factor: 0.32

Impact Factor Rankings

2016 Impact Factor Available summer 2017
2014 / 2015 Impact Factor 0.323
2012 Impact Factor 0.251
2011 Impact Factor 0.22
2010 Impact Factor 0.175
2009 Impact Factor 0.198
2008 Impact Factor 0.267
2007 Impact Factor 0.185
2006 Impact Factor 0.154
2005 Impact Factor 0.17
2004 Impact Factor 0.122
2003 Impact Factor 0.148
2002 Impact Factor 0.17
2001 Impact Factor 0.093
2000 Impact Factor 0.548
1999 Impact Factor 0.33
1998 Impact Factor 0.285
1997 Impact Factor 0.322
1996 Impact Factor 0.253
1995 Impact Factor 0.146
1994 Impact Factor 0.177
1993 Impact Factor 0.16
1992 Impact Factor 0.154

Impact factor over time

Impact factor

Additional details

5-year impact 0.35
Cited half-life >10.0
Immediacy index 0.08
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.09
Website RMV: Revue de Medecine Veterinaire (Toulouse) website
Other titles Revue de médecine vétérinaire
ISSN 0035-1555
OCLC 6274197
Material type Periodical
Document type Journal / Magazine / Newspaper

Publisher details

Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse

  • Pre-print
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  • Post-print
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    • On a public eprint server
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    • Must link to publisher version
    • Publisher's version/PDF must be used
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Publications in this journal

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    ABSTRACT: The aim of our retrospective study was to evaluate the complications encountered after evisceration surgery followed by the implantation of a scleral silicone prosthesis. Thirty-five blind eyes (22 dogs and 8 cats) were implanted between 2010 and 2014 according to the standard surgical procedure. In 18 cases, a temporary anchoring of the nictitating membrane (TANM) and a permanent lateral canthoplasty (PLC) were added to the procedure. In each case, a complete ophthalmic examination was performed at day 0, 7, 14 and 45. Clinical data, operative indications, and complications were recorded. At day 14 post surgery, the most frequent complications were epithelial corneal ulcers (n = 7), superficial and deep stromal ulcers (n = 1), and perforation of cornea (n = 1). No corneal ulcer was present at day 45 in both groups. Complications on day 14 were substantially lower in eyes with TANM and PLC compared to others (11.1% vs 30.6%). The Schirmer Tear Test (STT) had decreased on average by 20% between day 0 and day 14 in both groups. The STT at day 14 and 45 was the same. The results of our study suggest that both TANM and PLC added to the standard procedure of intraocular prosthesis implantation might reduce the risk of corneal complications.
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    ABSTRACT: From March to September 2014, the prevalence of Salmonella spp were investigated in; 60 water samples from two wastewater agricultural drains, 40 samples from each of water and sediment from irrigation canals of leafy green producing farms at villages along sides of these drains, 153 leafy green samples (60 lettuce, 25 cabbage, 48 Egyptian clover and 20 vegetative stage of corn) from the farms irrigated with agricultural drains' water, 52 cattle faeces and 45 stool from leafy green farms workers at Sharkia province, Egypt. Salmonella spp were detected in wastewater agricultural drains samples, water and sediment of irrigation canals, cattle faeces and workers stool with the percentages of 18.3, 7.5, 12.5, 5.8, and 4.4%, respectively. On the other hand, the respective occurrence of Salmonella in lettuce, cabbage, and Egyptian clover were 3.3, 4, and 2.8%. However, vegetative stage of corn was found free from Salmonella. Serological identification of recovered Salmonella isolates (n=28) clarified that S. Typhimurium (67.86%) was the most prevalent, followed by S. Enteritidis (14.29%) and S. Newport (7.14%), However, each of S. Derby, S. Senftenberg and S. Virchow was detected with the percentage of 3.57%. Molecular investigation of S. Typhimurium, S. Enteritidis, and S. Newport, the more prevalent serovars in examined sources revealed widespread occurrence of invA, avrA, spvC, bcfC, and stn virulence genes in screened isolates. The respective virulence factors were detected with the overall values of 96, 68, 60, 88 and 76% in the examined Salmonella isolates.
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    ABSTRACT: A case of hemangiosarcoma of the nictitating membrane in a six-year-old Bernese mountain dog is described. A small polypous exophytic and hemorrhagic mass protruding from the free edge of the nictitating membrane of the right eye was present for several weeks prior to presentation. The assessment of biological, radiographic and ultrasonographic extension was negative. A surgical resection of the mass and partial removal of the free edge of the nictitating membrane was performed and allowed healing without discomfort. Histological analysis concluded a hemangiosarcoma. After 10 months there had been no recurrence. No systemic disease was demonstrated, suggesting that the hemangiosarcoma removed from the nictitating membrane was primary.
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    ABSTRACT: A 10-year-old female neutered Labrador Retriever dog was presented for the evaluation of two subcutaneous masses that had evolved over a period of 3 years. Physical examination revealed marked abdominal distention secondary to either an enlarged organ or an intra-abdominal mass. The subcutaneous masses were suggestive of lipomas as confirmed by cytological analysis. Abdominal x-rays, ultrasound and CT scan were performed and confirmed the presence of a large mass occupying most of the abdomen. Based on imaging, this mass was again suggestive of a lipoma although a liposarcoma could not be excluded. Cytologic examination confirmed the adipose nature of the mass. The latter was surgically excised and exploration of the abdomen revealed a retroperitoneal origin with infiltration of the underlying lumbar muscles. A gastropexy and left nephropexy were also performed due to increase abdominal vacuity and suspected visceral mobility. Finally, histopathological analysis confirmed the hypothesis of an infiltrative lipoma. Three months after surgery, the dog was sound and alert with no sign of recurrence.
    No preview · Article · Jan 2015 · Revue de médecine vétérinaire