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Factors associated with work-related injuries to veterinary technicians certified in Minnesota Given their work duties and environment, certified veterinary technicians can be expected to be at risk for work-related injuries, but little research has been

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whether the dog was used for hunting. Heritability was best explained as a polygenic trait. See page 1001 Nature and perceived causes of injury to dogs participating in agility training and competition events Agility is rapidly becoming the

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remaining. Therefore, medical treatment was continued for an additional 2 weeks. At last follow-up 9 months after treatment ended, the dog was clinically normal. See page 926 Equine Risk factors associated with fatal injuries in Thoroughbred

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tendon in horses In horses, injuries of the SDFT most often occur in the midmetacarpal region, but injury to the most proximal aspect of the SDFT has also been described. A review of medical records of 34 horses with injuries of the proximal (n = 12

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comparison of injuries caused by spontaneous versus organized dogfighting Veterinarians are not traditionally trained to recognize injuries such as those that occur during organized dogfights. In a study comparing injuries in 196 dogs involved in

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-of-life assessments for dogs with spinal cord injuries In human medicine, there has been a growing understanding that areas or activities relevant to quality of life, and the importance placed on those areas, may vary from one individual to the next. In a study

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significantly lower for mares bred in the same year as cesarean section than for mares bred in later years. See page 927 Fatal musculoskeletal injuries of Quarter Horse racehorses Understanding the skeletal distribution and nature of injuries is key

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sites in all dogs, including diskospondylitis, prostatitis, dermatitis, paraspinal infection following a penetrating injury, urinary tract infection, and pyothorax. All dogs showed clinical improvement within 2 weeks after initiation of antimicrobial

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, no regrowth of the mass was evident. See page 1303 Medical treatment of horses with deep digital flexor tendon injuries diagnosed with high-field-strength magnetic resonance imaging Injuries of the deep digital flexor tendon are common in

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medullary tissue in specimens. See page 67 Risk factors for digit injuries among dogs training and competing in agility events With the ongoing increase in the number of dogs and handlers competing in agility, additional attention has been

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