• S. Tirosh-Levy, B. Gelman, D. Zivotofsky, L. Quraan, E. Khinich, A. Nasereddin, Z. Abdeen, A. Steinman
    (2017). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Equine encephalosis virus (EEV) is an orbivirus transmitted by Culicoides species. Most infected horses show mild clinical signs and mortality is usually very low. EEV is [...]

  • K. Smith, C. Machalaba, H. Jones, P. Cáceres, M. Popovic, K. Olival, K. Jebara, W. Karesh
    (2017).

    Abstract
    The expanding international wildlife trade, combined with a lack of surveillance for key animal diseases in most countries, represents a potential pathway for transboundary [...]

  • R. Sartor, T. Müller, M. Mamprim, C. Teixeira, L. Souza, R. Lehmkuhl, M. Luciani
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Abdominal ultrasonography was performed in six healthy adult brown howler monkeys Alouatta fusca and the normal ultrasonographic anatomy of the liver, gallbladder, stomach [...]

  • C. Sailleau, C. Viarouge, E. Breard, D. Vitour, S. Zientara
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Since the unexpected emergence of BTV-8 in Northern Europe and the incursion of BTV-8 and 1 in France in 2006–2007, molecular diagnosis has considerably evolved. Several [...]

  • M. Rouatbi, Y. Amdouni, S. Amairia, M. Rjeibi, S. Sammoudi, M. Rekik, M. Gharbi
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Toxoplasmosis is a worldwide zoonosis caused by the parasitic protozoan Toxoplasma gondii. It can infect all warm-blooded vertebrate species and causes abortions and birth [...]

  • A. Ortega-Pacheco, E. Guzmán-Marín, K. Acosta-Viana, I. Vado-Solís, B. Jiménez-Delgadillo, M. Cárdenas-Marrufo, C. Pérez-Osorio, M. Puerto-Solís, M. Jiménez-Coello
    (2017). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    To evaluate the serological status for Trypanosoma cruzi, Toxoplasma gondii and Leptospira interrogans antibodies in free roaming dogs and cats from a marginated rural community [...]

  • L. Murphy, N. Russell, D. Bianco, R. Nakamura
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is the persistent abnormal increase in pulmonary artery (PA) pressure and in dogs is usually secondary to congenital disease causing pulmonary [...]

  • N. Minka, J. Ayo
    (2017). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Sixty pullets, aged 17 weeks, were presented when presumed to be ‘dead’ after being exposed to wet-cold weather transportation. The birds appeared unconscious and their [...]

  • V. Payne, F. Mbafor, J. Pone, J. Tchoumboué
    (2017).

    Abstract
    To evaluate the prevalence of infestation of ectoparasites of horses, a total of 894 horses (367 males and 527 females), aged 1–7 years old were examined. Horses were groomed [...]

  • M. Khbou, K. Haouala, M. Benzarti
    (2017).

    Abstract
    The authors report a survey carried out in a cattle farm between January and April 2009 in Mateur region (Northern Tunisia). Seroprevalence by Microscopic Agglutination Test [...]

  • K. Goebel, N. Merner
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Canines are excellent models for cancer studies due to their similar physiology and genomic sequence to humans, companion status and limited intra-breed heterogeneity. Due [...]

  • P. Gerber, L. Dawson, B. Strugnell, R. Burgess, H. Brown, T. Opriessnig
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Influenza A virus (IAV) is economically important in pig production and has broad public health implications. In Europe, active IAV surveillance includes demonstration of [...]

  • N. Eisawi, D. Hassan, M. Hussien, A. Musa, A. Hussein
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Spotted fever group (SFG) rickettsiosis is caused by obligatory intracellular Gram-negative bacteria that belong to the genus Rickettsia. Ticks belonging to the family Ixodidae [...]

  • A. Woolcock, A. Wang, A. Haley, M. Kent, K. Creevy, S. Platt
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The use of mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) for a variety of immune-mediated diseases in veterinary medicine has been described. However, there is only a small number of cases [...]

  • P. Wightman, K. Hill, E. Cohen, J. Bridges, C. Bolwell, J. French, B. Adler, R. Green
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The submission rates of feline uroliths to laboratories and the composition of uroliths have been reported in studies. The prevalence of uroliths reported on imaging findings [...]

  • H. Titmarsh, S. Lalor, S. Tasker, E. Barker, J. Berry, D. Gunn-Moore, R. Mellanby
    (2016).

  • R. Timmons, C. Webb
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    This study was designed to test the hypothesis that supplementation with vitamin E, an antioxidant, in cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD), would reduce oxidative stress [...]

  • C. Baldwin, C. Zwahlen, S. Kirschner, R. Nakamura
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The objective of the study was to assess the carboplatin sustained-release (CSR) as an injectable, biodegradable polymer system designed to uniformly release carboplatin over [...]

  • K. Stipetic, Y. Chang, K. Peters, A. Salem, S. Doiphode, P. McDonough, Y. Chang, A. Sultan, H. Mohammed
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Salmonella spp. and Listeria monocytogenes are foodborne pathogens of global importance. We assessed their risks and associated factors in a highly dynamic population of animals. [...]

  • M. Smith, R. Greer
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Subcutaneous fluid administration is a commonly used therapy in veterinary practice. Its safety and efficacy have been demonstrated in human clinical studies, but have only [...]

  • K. Shaffer, J. Bach, R. Chun
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The purpose of this prospective study was to determine the incidence and character of bacteraemia and bacteruria in afebrile and febrile neutropaenic dogs undergoing cytotoxic [...]

  • J. Varela, E. Pecceu, I. Handel, J. Lawrence
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Optimal chemotherapy protocols for high-risk mast cell tumours (MCTs) are unknown. The purpose of this study was to determine the tolerability and toxicity profile of a rapidly [...]

  • M. Seneviratne, D. Subasinghe, P. Watson
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    In Sri Lanka, home-cooked diets are often fed due to the cost and poor availability of commercial diets. Milk has traditionally been a popular food to give to dogs in this [...]

  • S. Schmitz, J. Suchodolski
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Interest in the composition of the intestinal microbiota and possibilities of its therapeutic modifications has soared over the last decade and more detailed knowledge specific [...]

  • A. Sala, S. Taddei, D. Santospirito, C. Sandri, W. Magnone, C. Cabassi
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in a wide range of infectious agents is a growing public health threat. Birds of prey are considered indicators of the presence of AMR bacteria [...]

  • F. Oladunni, M. Oyekunle, A. Talabi, O. Ojo, M. Takeet, M. Adam, I. Raufu
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Dermatophilus congolensis, the aetiological agent of dermatophilosis, is a pleomorphic, Gram-positive actinomycete, which infects animals and humans. Often, there is a wrong [...]

  • S. Marché, T. Berg, B. Lambrecht
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Serological monitoring is a feature of surveillance programmes for the detection of the circulation of notifiable low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) viruses in commercial [...]

  • M. Cruz, A. Pérez, M. Domínguez, I. Moreno, N. García, I. Martínez, A. Navarro, L. Domínguez, J. Álvarez
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Leishmaniasis, caused by Leishmania infantum, is a vector-borne zoonotic disease that is endemic to the Mediterranean basin. The potential of rabbits and hares to serve as [...]

  • B. Lascelles, K. Shaw
    (2016).

    Abstract
    One of the most effective means of preventing the transduction and transmission of acute and perioperative pain is through the use of local anaesthetics. However, local anaesthetics [...]

  • S. Muliya, A. Shanmugam, P. Kalaignan, L. Antony, H. Chandranpillai, N. Jaisingh
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Maintaining wild animals in captivity often requires chemical immobilisation to achieve various diagnostic, surgical and management interventions. Four dholes, two Indian [...]

  • P. Turkson, I. Okike
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The animal health services-seeking behaviour of animal owners related to prevention and control of animal diseases may influence their decisions as to whether or not to use [...]

  • K. Shaw, L. Rausch-Derra, L. Rhodes
    (2016).

    Abstract
    There are five active prostanoid metabolites of arachidonic acid (AA) that have widespread and varied physiologic functions throughout the body, including regulation of gastrointestinal [...]

  • C. Helmer, R. Eibach, E. Humann-Ziehank, P. Tegtmeyer, D. Bürstel, K. Mayer, U. Moog, S. Stauch, H. Strobel, K. Voigt, P. Sieber, M. Greiner, M. Ganter
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Schmallenberg virus (SBV) is a member of the family Bunyaviridae and mainly affects ruminants. It is transmitted by biting midges, first and foremost Culicoides spp., and [...]

  • B. Hart, L. Hart, A. Thigpen, N. Willits
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    German Shepherd Dogs are important in police and military work, and are a popular family pet. The debilitating joint disorders of hip dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament [...]

  • S. Ghosh, S. Chowdhury, N. Haider, R. Bhowmik, M. Rana, A. Marma, M. Hossain, N. Debnath, B. Ahmed
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Community awareness regarding rabies and treatment seeking behaviours are critical both for the prevention and control of the disease in human and animals. We conducted a [...]

  • J. Frössling, M. Nöremark
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Although farm biosecurity reduces the risk of disease spread among livestock, this knowledge is not always applied. Farmers’ application of disease preventive measures is [...]

  • S. Fritz, M. Henson, E. Greengard, A. Winter, K. Stuebner, U. Yoon, V. Wilk, A. Borgatti, L. Augustin, J. Modiano, D. Saltzman
    (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    We conducted a prospective phase I study to evaluate safety of an orally administered Salmonella encoding IL-2 (SalpIL2) in combination with amputation and adjuvant doxorubicin [...]

  • C. Eydt, F. Geburek, C. Schröck, N. Hambruch, K. Rohn, C. Pfarrer, C. Staszyk
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Aspiration of equine sternal bone marrow is required for the cultivation of bone marrow-derived multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells (BM-MSCs) for regenerative therapies. [...]

  • J. BVSc, M. SAD
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The prevalence of human and canine allergic diseases is commonly perceived to be increasing. Suggested predisposing factors in people and dogs include increased allergen load, [...]

  • D. Bartram, H. Moyaert, B. Vanimisetti, C. Ramage, D. Reddick, M. Stegemann
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The objective of this negative controlled, blinded, randomised, parallel group study was to compare the efficacy of two injectable macrolide antimicrobials, tulathromycin [...]

  • S. Amairia, M. Rouatbi, M. Rjeibi, H. Nouasri, L. Sassi, M. Mhadhbi, M. Gharbi
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Toxoplasmosis is a worldwide zoonosis with high impact on human and animal health. Consumption of unpasteurized milk is a risk factor of human toxoplasmosis. The aim of this [...]

  • M. Weber, L. Sams, A. Feugier, S. Michel, V. Biourge
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Hairballs are a common problem in cats and may result in intestinal obstruction. Dietary fibre has been recommended to stimulate hair faecal excretion. The objective of this [...]

  • H. Titmarsh, S. Lalor, S. Tasker, E. Barker, J. Berry, D. Gunn-More, R. Mellanby
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a lentivirus that can lead to a syndrome of acquired immune dysfunction. Infected cats often remain asymptomatic for several years before [...]

  • K. Pope, A. Tun, C. McNeill, D. Brown, E. Krick
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Feline small cell lymphoma is associated with greater response to treatment and survival when compared to large cell lymphoma. Treatment-associated toxicity, response to rescue [...]

  • S. Cibulski, G. Pasqualim, T. Teixeira, A. Varela, D. Dezen, C. Holz, A. Franco, P. Roehe
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Porcine cytomegalovirus (PCMV) is a Betaherpesvirus that causes lifelong latent infections in swine; occasionally, it may be associated with inclusion body rhinitis in piglets [...]

  • M. Mercier, H. Heller
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Canine non-infectious, inflammatory meningoencephalomyelitis is termed meningoencephalomyelitis of unknown etiology (MUE) and may affect dogs of any age, breed or gender. [...]

  • V. Marolf, C. Luyet, C. Spadavecchia, U. Eichenberger, U. Rytz, H. Rohrbach
    (2015). Vol. 1

    Abstract
    The analgesic effects of peripheral nerve blocks can be prolonged with the placement of perineural catheters allowing repeated injections of local anaesthetics in humans. [...]

  • E. Hall
    (2015).

  • S. Huertas, F. Eerdenburg, A. Gil, J. Piaggio
    (2015).

    Abstract
    The objective of this work was to characterize bruises in bovine carcasses in Uruguay and to evaluate the economic impact. Thirteen abattoirs were visited during 2 years and [...]

  • P. Daundkar, B. Vemu, V. Dumka, S. Sharma
    (2015).

    Abstract
    The present study was planned with an objective to test the pharmacokinetics of a new formulation of enrofloxacin (Flobac®SA) in buffalo calves. The drug was administered [...]

  • L. MPA
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Managing a pets chronic dermatologic conditions can be frustrating for both clients and clinicians, but there are steps to making the process easier for everyone. Avoid the [...]

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