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Latest newsletter from Eastcott Referrals with articles, news and recently treated cases.…
Increasing temperatures place a strain on any dogs who suffer from significant upper airway disease. Tim Charleswoth explores the topic of Seasonal Airway Disease.…
Following identification of Babesia canis in Dermacentor reticulatus ticks in Essex earlier this year and an associated small cluster of clinical babesiosis cases in untraveled dogs, our internal medicine specialist Jenny Reeve reviews the presenting signs, diagnosis and management of babesiosis.…
Traumatic palatal defects are relatively common in cats and are often associated with maxillary fractures resulting from road traffic accidents and can be a component of “high rise syndrome”. Peter Southerden's dentistry blog follows a recent case. …
Eastcott Veterinary Referrals Spring 2016 Newsletter. Welcoming new members to our referrals team, cases and CPD information.…
Subcutaneous Ureteric Bypass or "SUB" placement in cats. Ureteric obstruction is an increasingly diagnosed condition in cats with calcium oxalate urolithiasis being the most common cause. Cats often present with vague clinical signs and so the diagnosis can be challenging.…
Macular Corneal Dystrophy (MCD). A novel diagnosis in Labrador Retrievers…
Read about some of the cases that we have seen and read our, news and CPD information in this edition of our referrals newsletter. …
Maxillo-mandibular and temporomandibular trauma are common consequences of head injuries in cats and dogs. The most commonly reported causes being road traffic accidents and dog fights. They can present significant challenges in diagnosis and management.…
Tim Charlesworth is organising this year's Autumn AVSTS meeting in Swindon on 16th and 17th October 2015…
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Swindon
Wiltshire
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