CURRENT ISSUE

June 2022

(Vol 260; No. 9: pp. S1-S112)

  Featured articles

Mediolateral (A) and dorsopalmar (B) radiographic images of the left carpus of a 6-year-old castrated male Belgian Sheepdog with toe-touching left forelimb lameness and carpal soft tissue swelling following a 20-foot fall from a ledge.

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

A 6-year-old Belgian Sheepdog was presented following a 20-foot fall from a ledge onto grass. What do the radiographs show?

 
Left lateral dorsal–right ventral oblique (A; rostral is toward the left) and occlusal (B; rostral is toward the bottom; the cat’s left side is toward the right) radiographic images of the maxilla of a 1.7-year-old domestic shorthair cat evaluated because of a missing left maxillary canine tooth.

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Diagnostic Imaging in Veterinary Dental Practice

1.7-year-old cat with a missing left maxillary canine tooth but no reported history of trauma.

 
 
 
Dr. Jose Arce

PRESIDENT'S COLUMN

A tip of the hat to veterinary graduates and students

This time of year marks a milestone for thousands of veterinary students: It's commencement season.

 

AVMA News

The Russian invasion of Ukraine created a crisis in animal care, affecting the thousands of pets carried across borders, shelter animals in war zones, strays reliant on feeding programs, and zoo animals that cannot be moved without endangering them.

Most states lack restrictions on the title “veterinary technician,” and inconsistent state-by-state rules and enforcement lead to widespread misuse, a recent report states.

Dr. Karen Bradley, chair of the AVMA Board of Directors, talks about veterinary burnout and well-being and how the Association is addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the profession.

The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine hosted Student AVMA Symposium 2022 in March. The event brought in around 725 attendees and was the first in-person symposium in three years.

The AVMA worked with lawmakers and coalitions to help secure funding in the $1.5 trillion federal spending bill for programs critical to the veterinary profession.

Among initial courses approved for the new AVMA Veterinary First Responder Certificate Program are courses through the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Independent Study Program and courses provided to veterinary students at Texas A&M University.

 

 

CURRENT ISSUE

June 2022

(Vol 83; No. 6)

  Featured articles

Klaus Hopster, Samuel D. Hurcombe, Keith Simpson, Ashley R. VanderBroek, and Bernd Driessen
M. I. Mantelli, B. B. Roques, T. A. Blanchard, M. Mounier, M. Quincey, F. B. Jolivet, N. P. Jousserand, A. Marchand, A. N. Diquélou, B. S. Reynolds, M. Coyne, C. Trumel, H. P. Lefebvre, D. Concordet, and R. Lavoué

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