Veterinary Medicine -Bonner Springs then Edwardsville-

"Relation between growth and dry matter and alcal content in the blood of swine." Inaug.-Diss.--Bern. "Literaturverzeichnis": p. [51]-52.
Most of these alternatives to surgical neutering in ferrets need further investigation before they can be recommended. Investigators will then need to determine whether such methods of altering reproductive function can reduce the incidence of hyperadrenocorticism in ferrets.
Hannover, Tierärztl. H., Diss., 1938.
Thesis (M.S.)--Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science. Dept. of Surgery and Medicine, 1952. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 49-54).
These tubes allow you to completely bypass the upper gastrointestinal tract but require a highly specialized diet administered by constant-rate infusion for long periods.
These tubes are ideal for long-term nutritional support in patients with such disorders as mandibular fractures or oral neoplasia, which require bypassing the oral cavity and pharynx.
Blind placement of gastrostomy tubes is an effective way to provide enteral nutrition in anorectic patients less invasively than by using a surgical technique. And it is less expensive than an endoscopic technique. Here are two methods you can use.
Use this technique of gastrostomy tube placement in anorectic animals in which the mouth, pharynx, larynx, and esophagus must be avoided and nonsurgical placement is not possible.
Use these tubes to provide short-term nutritional support as well as to decompress the stomach and esophagus and deliver liquid medication or radiographic contrast solution in patients with no gastrointestinal illness.
Once thought to be caused mostly by dirofilariasis, pulmonary hypertension is still being seen despite heartworm preventive measures, signifying additional important causes. Technologic advances may help us recognize the signs in time.
Uncovering the cause of acute abdominal signs is a challenge, but most cases can be accurately diagnosed with a thorough and systematic evaluation.
The pericardium protects and stabilizes the heart, so if this serous sac fills with fluid, serious cardiac problems can develop. Here's how to discover the cause of pericardial disease and how to treat it.
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