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Shockwave Therapy

Extracorporeal shockwaves are acoustic waves of high pressure and velocity, which differ from ultrasound waves due to the lower frequency and non-thermal production.

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First ever ECVSMR resident

First ever Resident of the European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Veterinary Nurse Training

SCVS announce the start of its student veterinary nurse program

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Forelimb deformity

Correction of a forelimb deformity in young dogs

‘Queen Anne legs’ is a term used to describe a certain form of deformity of the forelimbs between the elbows and wrists…

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To bag or not to bag...

...that is the question!

Manual bagging (squeezing the reservoir bag to create positive pressure ventilation) is a procedure that is very commonly performed...

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Feline Meningioma

Meningioma account for over 50% of all neoplasms of the CNS in cats and are typically seen in older cats over 10 years of age. Meningioma arise from neoplastic arachnoid cap...

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Case Study from the New C-Arm

The cardiology department at Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists has been offering a minimal invasive, interventional cardiology service for 8 years...

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IMTP in a cat

Simba, a 3 year old MN DSH was referred for further investigation of pale mucous membranes and petechiae of his gums. He was an indoor, outdoor cat who had been well until he...

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Thoracic Wall Resection

A Load Off Berkeley’s Chest – Thoracic Wall Resection and Reconstruction Following Excision of a Chondroblastic Osteosarcoma of a Rib in a 14-Year-Old Cat...

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Rehabilitation for THR

Hip dysplasia is the most commonly diagnosed orthopaedic problem in the growing dog. The disease is multifactorial with breed, lifestyle and diet all playing a part...

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Diagnostic Approach to Otitis

Otitis externa, inflammation of the external ear canal, with or without middle ear involvement, is very common in dogs and quite common in cats...

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Multiple Metacarpal Fractures

Metacarpal and metatarsal fractures are common traumatic injuries in dogs and cats. Meaning and methods of surgical repair can be found in this article...

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