Veterinary Medicine - June 2007 - (Page Cover1)
Essential medicine for exemplary patient care Ju n e 2 0 0 7 O Pe e r- r e v i e we d O w w w. ve t m e d p u b . c o m Feline oral squamous cell carcinoma This often fatal form of cancer in cats is, unfortunately, not uncommon. Early diagnosis and treatment are the keys to better outcomes, and new treatments are on the horizon to stem this lethal growth. ALSO INSIDE Five new promising drugs for dermatologic diseases How to help dogs exposed to beta2 agonist inhalers FIP: Diagnostic findings and a new PCR test to detect this deadly infection
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Veterinary Medicine - June 2007
In Memoriam: Dr. James R. Richards
A Veterinary Medicine Interview: Dr. David S. Bruyette
What’s New in Dermatologic Therapy?
Feline Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma: An Overview
Mind Over Miller
Special Supplement: Heartworm-Associated Respiratory Disease in Cats
Veterinary Medicine - June 2007
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