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    • Perineal hernia in a dog 

      Palmer, Lynne Gage; Raemsch, Robert P. (1949-11-22)
    • Acute tympany in a bovine 

      Raemsch, Robert P. (1950)
    • Electrosurgery 

      Raemsch, Robert P. (1950)
    • A discussion of keratitis pigmentosa 

      Bo, Howard A. (1951)
      Keratitis pigmentosa or pigmentary keratitis is a chronic disease of the cornea, either inflammatory or degenerative and characterized by a brownish or black pigment deposit within the layers of this membrane. It is ...
    • Neonatal isoerythrolysis in a Standardbred foal 

      Gorman, Thomas N. (1957)
      This filly was born on July 3, 1956. At birth she was a strong, robust foal that took to nursing promptly and gave every indication of perfect health. On July 7, 1956 the filly was noted to be weak, not nursing, and ...
    • Theiler’s disease 

      Wooding, M. B. (1961)
      The incidence of Theiler's disease is rather low, but the disease is one that is likely to appear in any horse practice and it is well that every practitioner should know about it so that he will not become confused when ...
    • Theiler's disease in a horse 

      Montali, Richard J. (1964-03-20)
      This case report involves an aged, grade gelding used as a children's hunter. The horse was presented to the clinic in a critical state and died in a coma the same day. The history and examination of the horse lead to a ...
    • Swimmer pup syndrome 

      Kaplan, Warren I. (1969)
      Swimmer Pup Syndrome is a congenital disease of obscure etiology. It will most likely be encountered by anyone involved in a substantial small animal practice. Virually no investigation into the cause and the pathological ...
    • The collie eye anomaly 

      Davidson, Robert R. (1970-12-04)
    • Theilers disease: equine serum hepatitis 

      Brinkmann, Ted (1971)
      This case concerns a black 25 year old gelding...On the basis of lab tests and clinical signs the diagnosis of Theilers disease - hepatic encephalopathy (other) was made.
    • Chronic coughing in a Pomeranian 

      Lemieux, Lynda (1974-04-22)
      This case was chosen because, although it was ultimately diagnosed as a rare condition [bronchiectasis], it presented with a common chief complaint -- that of chronic coughing. Therefore considerable attention is devoted ...
    • Equine colic 

      Driscoll, Maryjean (1976-10-01)
      The term colic refers to pain in the abdominal cavity. The pain may originate in the digestive organs, or in other organs; it may be caused by a variety of pathological changes which develop from different generalized ...
    • A case of unilateral renal lymphosarcoma in a cat 

      Tillou, Guy J. (1978)
      Feline lymphosarcoma is the most common neoplastic disease affecting cats. The clinical manifestation of the disease is extremely variable but it will generally appear in one or more of four pathological patterns: mediastinal, ...
    • Equine protozoal myelitis 

      Friedman, Jeff (1978-11-03)
      "Waltzing Matilda", a 5-year-old Standardbred x Thoroughbred bay mare was ridden in four endurance trial rides at the Equine Research Park during the summer months of May and June of 1977. Several gluteal muscle biopsy ...
    • The diagnosis and treatment of canine aspergillosis 

      Edwards, Allen H. (1979-10-05)
      Canine aspergillosis differs from its incidence in all other species. All but one of the reported cases in the dog have occurred in the nasal cavities or paranasal sinuses, whereas respiratory aspergillosis in man, cats, ...
    • Heaves or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease of horses 

      Mills, W. Steven (1980)
      Heaves is an old colloquial name for a common respiratory problem in stabled horses worldwide. This somewhat ambiguous term has come to refer to a syndrome of clinical signs, and related patho-physiological abnormalities, ...
    • The collie eye anomaly : a simple recessive mode of inheritance? 

      Camann, Christine Tecklenburg (1980-01-25)
      The Collie Eye Anomaly is a congenital disorder which is equally prevalent in males and females, and among all normal coat colors of Collie dogs. Since it was first described in 1953, many estimates have been made of its ...
    • Equine coat color genetics 

      Feldman, Jean F. (1980-11-07)
      The effects of the most important coat color genes in horses are reviewed. Teh emphasis is on basic coat colors and patterns and not on the inheritance of markings. White, grey, black, bay, brown, chestnut, palomino, ...
    • Captive breeding of exotic animals 

      Tseng, Florina (1981)
      Captive breeding of exotic animals has become the primary goal of most zoological parks today. This is due to increasingly stringent export laws which make it difficult to bring certain species from their countries of ...
    • Polydactyly in a Thoroughbred colt 

      Light, Deborah E. (1982-09-03)
      Polydactyly is an uncommon anomaly in the horse. There have been numerous reports in the literatur concerning this condition, but no long-term studies following surgical correction. In this seminar, a case seen in private ...