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Articles by Johnny D. Hoskins, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

Histopathology of lesions important for GME diagnosis

Feb 1, 2003

Q: Could you provide a brief review on the causes and management of granulomatous meningoencephalomyelitis (GME) in dogs?

Can you rule out a steroid hepatopathy?

Feb 1, 2003

Signalment:Canine, Sheltie, 13 years old, male castrated, 36 lbs.Clinical history: The dog presents for polydipsia, marked alopecia, hyperpigmentation and skin thickening on ventral cervical, ventral abdomen and dorsal pelvic areas. Right testicle is also enlarged.

Diabetes mellitus: Rule out administration problems first in uncontrolledcats

Jan 1, 2003

Q: Could you review the causes and management of diabetes mellitus in older cats?

Perform exploratory laparotomy with large intra-abdominal soft tissue mass

Jan 1, 2003

Signalment. Feline, domestic shorthair, 13 years old, female spayed, 13 lbs. Clinical history. The owner presents the cat for recent hair loss on its back.

Babesia rapidly emerging parasite in the United States

Nov 1, 2002

Signalment: Canine, Basset Hound, 9 weeks old, female, 12 lbs.

Interaction of serum calcium with serum phosphorus important with hypercalcemia

Nov 1, 2002

Will you provide a brief review as to causes and management of hypercalcemia in older dogs and cats?

Are three round incisions in kidney a diagnostic clue?

Oct 1, 2002

Signalment: Canine, Chinese Shar Pei, 3-year-old, female, 41 lbs.

Seizures in puppies, kittens difficult diagnostic and therapeutic problem

Oct 1, 2002

Q: What are potential causes of seizure activity in puppies and kittens, and the possible management?

Regular testing can serve as early prevention tool

Sep 1, 2002

Dr. Johnny Hoskins tackles some of the common errors made in diagnostic testing and the importance of regular testing in aging pets.

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