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Options available for the diagnosis and treatment of orthopaedic disease in animals continue to advance and evolve. Michael Hamilton.
Although diagnosis of severe injury is relatively straightforward, diagnosis of more subtle injury can present a diagnostic challenge. Michael Hamilton.
The rehabilitation of chronic ligament and musculotendinous injuries has moved away from concentric training and towards progressive eccentric loading. Michael Hamilton.
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Cerebrospinal fluid and blood lactate concentrations as prognostic biomarkers in dogs with meningoencephalitis of unknown origin
Role of Leishmania infantum in Meningoencephalitis of Unknown Origin in Dogs from a Canine Leishmaniosis Endemic Area
Establishment of Normal Mechanical Tibial Joint Angles in Dachshunds
The natural history of canine occult Grade II medial patellar luxation: an observational study - Hamilton et al 2020
Impact of intra-operative hypotension on mortality rates and post-operative complications in dogs undergoing cholecystectomy
Computed Tomographic Measurement of Trochlear Depth in Three Breeds of Brachycephalic Dog
Long-term survival after treatment of idiopathic lung lobe torsion in 80 cases - Rossanese et al
‘Mermaid’ puppy makes incredible recovery after being thrown from a moving van
Vet practice launches anniversary art competition
Referral practice launches new cardiology service
Ping the paralysed puppy walks again, thanks to 3D printed surgical guides
Referral centre introduces new measures
Paralysed chihuahua able to walk thanks to 3-D printed implant
Dog 'almost paralysed' after inhaling tiny grass seed that lodged in her spine
Life-saving surgery for rescue kitten
Gilbert the kitten lives on thanks to Wycombe's Hamilton Specialist Referrals
Free CPD sessions on offer
Top vet hospital marks its milestone first year
Clare’s story: Day 166
Agreed to be a pet-sitter? Read this first
CPD events announced
Q&A: Michael Hamilton on specialising in small animal surgery
7 strange and gross things your cat does that are actually signs it likes you
Q&A: John Parker on specialising in neurology
Training day with top specialist up for grabs
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