New & Noteworthy

Some of the literature on the classification, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, prevention, and explanation of disease describes new disorders or has content of special interest to clinicians. The material below, selected from articles recently entered into Consultant, highlights New & Noteworthy information.

New Disease, Ovine. Fagundes MZ et al. Clinicopathological and toxicological aspects of poisoning by the clomazone herbicide in sheep. Small Ruminant Research 2015;124:120126 [Web Reference] 28 Feb
Feline. Bates N et al. Benzalkonium chloride exposure in cats: a retrospective analysis of 245 cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS). Veterinary Record 2015;176:229 [Web Reference] 27 Feb
Ovine. Dever ML et al. Removal of tapeworm (Moniezia spp.) did not increase growth rates of meat-breed lambs in the Northern Tablelands of NSW. Veterinary Parasitology 2015;208:190194 [Web Reference] 26 Feb
Canine, Feline. Stull JW, Weese JS eds. Infection Control. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 2015;45:217-436 [Web Reference] 26 Feb
Avian. Sharafeldin TA et al. Experimentally induced lameness in turkeys inoculated with a newly emergent turkey reovirus. Veterinary Research 2015;46:11 [Web Reference] 25 Feb
Bovine. Gard JA et al. Effect of exercise and environmental terrain on development of the digital cushion and bony structures of the bovine foot. American Journal of Veterinary Research 2015;76:246-252 [Web Reference] 25 Feb
Equine. Spadari A et al. Clinical Evaluation of Intra-articular Administration of Stanozolol to Manage Lameness Associated With Acute and Chronic Osteoarthritis in Horses. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 2015;35:105-110 [Web Reference] 24 Feb
Bovine. Bradley AJ et al. An investigation of the efficacy of a polyvalent mastitis vaccine using different vaccination regimens under field conditions in the United Kingdom. Journal of Dairy Science 2015;98:1706-1720 [Web Reference] 23 Feb
Feline. Sparkes AH et al. ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Practical Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Cats. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2015;17:235-250 [Web Reference] 22 Feb
Canine. Packer RMA et al. Responses to successive anti-epileptic drugs in canine idiopathic epilepsy. Veterinary Record 2015;176:203 [Web Reference] 21 Feb
Bovine. Apley MD ed. Bovine Clinical Pharmacology. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Food Animal Practice 2015;31:1-184 [Web Reference] 20 Feb
New Disease, Caprine. Filioussis G et al. Pyogranulomatous Pneumonia in Goats Caused by an Undescribed Porphyromonas Species, 'Porphyromonas katsikii'. J Clin Microbiol 2015;53:795-798 [Web Reference] 20 Feb
Canine. Bruno EA et al. Global Positioning System Derived Performance Measures Are Responsive Indicators of Physical Activity, Disease and the Success of Clinical Treatments in Domestic Dogs. PLoS ONE 2015;10:e0117094 [Web Reference] 19 Feb
Canine, Feline. Rowena MA et al. Inter-observer agreement of canine and feline paroxysmal event semiology and classification by veterinary neurology specialists and non-specialists. BMC Veterinary Research 2015;11:39 [Web Reference] 18 Feb
Canine. Navarro C et al. Voluntary acceptance and consumption of two oral ciclosporin formulations in dogs: two randomised, controlled studies. Irish Veterinary Journal 2015;68:3 [Web Reference] 17 Feb
Bovine. Gollnick NS et al. Natural Besnoitia besnoiti infections in cattle: chronology of disease progression. BMC Veterinary Research 2015;11:35 [Web Reference] 16 Feb
Equine. Robinson B, Gummow B. A field investigation into a suspected outbreak of pyrrolizidine alkaloid toxicosis in horses in western Queensland. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 2015;118:378-386 [Web Reference] 16 Feb
Canine. James T et al. A blind insertion airway device in dogs as an alternative to traditional endotracheal intubation. The Veterinary Journal 2015;203:187-191 [Web Reference] 15 Feb
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