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July 2022

(Vol 260; No. 10: pp. 1101-1236)

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Ruth M. Stewart, Amy C. Lack, Mary R. Telle, Jerald K. Ellis, and Caroline M. Betbeze
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

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AVMA News

This July, the AVMA Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The CVTEA accredits educational programs for veterinary technicians across the United States.

The AVMA Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities requires that graduates of CVTEA–accredited veterinary technology programs are deemed competent in over 300 essential skills.

An up-and-coming practice manager, a longtime practice consultant, and an AVMA economics expert discuss how practices can use surveys, social media, and in-person interactions to learn what clients want.

The candidates for 2022-23 AVMA president-elect—Drs. Grace Bransford and Rena Carlson—spoke to AVMA News about their reasons for running for the AVMA presidency as well as their thoughts on diversity, equity, and inclusion; well-being; and the future of veterinary medicine.

The highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza virus spreading across North America is killing not only millions of poultry but also untold thousands of geese, ducks, eagles, and vultures.

Kevin Shea, head of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, talks about the agency’s ongoing work protecting U.S. borders from animal disease and enforcing the Animal Welfare Act.

 

 

CURRENT ISSUE

June 2022

(Vol 83; No. 6)

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Rebecca Di Pietro, Valérie Dubuc, Estelle Manguin, Roxane Giroux-Lafond, Christian Bédard, Roxane Boivin, Jean-Pierre Lavoie, Stephen J. Vesper, and Mathilde Leclere
Manuel Martin-Flores, Augusto M. Lorenzutti, Sarah A. Nugen, Jordyn M. Boesch, Pati J. Kirch, Hillary L. Merry, and Luis Campoy

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