Obesity in animals can cause a variety of medical issues that can result in poor health and quality of life.
Gastrointestinal ulceration is the focus of this week’s article, with information taken from the published abstract by Fitzgerald E et al, ‘Clinical findings and results of diagnostic imaging in 82 dogs with gastrointestinal ulceration’, The Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2017 Apr; 58(4):211-218.
The majority of us take for granted our ability to employ any of our five senses (or six, depending on the individual’s beliefs!) whenever we require them.
Following on from the article discussing the basic principles of ultrasonography published last week, this article aims to describe the role ultrasound scanning can play in dogs, horses, farm animals and small animals. Further information regarding these animals can also be found on the website.