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Nov. 2014 in Atlanta, USA - ACVP
Dec. 2014 in Salt Lake City, USA - AAEP
Jan. 2015 in Hawaii, USA - AAEP
Feb. 2015 in Sabah, Malaysia - EURASIA
Mar. 2015 in Brugge , Belgium - EEHNC
Apr. 2015 in Amsterdam, Netherlands - EVC
May 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand - WSAVA
Jun. 2015 in Indianapolis, USA - ACVIM

On-line CoursesOn-demand - VMT - Medical Records: The Road Map to Quality Care - Medical Records: The Road Map to Quality Care is a 3-week course that discusses recordkeeping topics including standard abbreviations, typical medical record formats, keeping ... More info. View the on-line courses catalogue.

See the selected captions for the cartoon featured in October. Click on the image to enlarge. Compose a caption for the cartoon below and submit your entry. Captions will be accepted until Nov. 30th. Click on the image to enlarge. Meet the cartoonist.

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image of the weekTwo male yaks fighting to establish their dominant position in the mating hierarchy of the herd. From: An Overview of the Reproductive Performance by Zhao X.X. In: Zhao X.X. and Zhang R.C. (Eds.), Recent Advances in Yak Reproduction.

Suggested ReadingEquine Ophtalmology: Every week, IVIS brings together reviews, in-depth and how-to papers available in the IVIS Books and Proceedings Library.

Equine. In: Equine Veterinary Journal. PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. To check an alternative animal group or journal for recent publications, use our Quick-Links to PubMed Abstracts.

Lameness and Imaging in the Sport Horse - Case StudiesA.K. Allen

Biennial Conference of the Association for Applied Animal Andrology, 2014 - Newcastle, Australia.

Meconium Retention by J.E. Madigan

Clinical Signs Observed in the Sick Equine Neonate Considered Normal at Birth by J.E. Madigan

Reproduction in the Swamp Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) by B.X. Nguyen, N.T. Uoc, N.T. Thanh, N.V. Linh, L.-C. Bui, N.V. Hanh, D.D. Long

Prostate by R. Wheeler

Biennial Conference of the Association for Applied Animal Andrology (AAAA) - 2014 - Newcastle, Australia. View table of contents

NO Laminitis! Conference (Equine Cushing's and Insulin Resistance Group Inc.) - 2013 - Jacksonville, OR, USA. View table of contents

International Pig Veterinary Society Congress (IPVS) - 2014 - Cancún, México. View table of contents

International Symposium & Conference on Lameness in Ruminants - 2013 - Bristol, UK. View table of contents

Meet the AuthorD.D. Varner, DVM MS Dipl ACT, Texas A & M University, TX, USA. Handling the Breeding Stallion by D.D. Varner. Other publications by D.D. Varner.

The current IVIS TOP 40 includes this article: Plants Affecting the Skin and Liver by A.P. Knight and R.G. Walter. In: Knight A.P. and Walter R.G. (Eds.)..  A Guide to Plant Poisoning of Animals in North America.
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Neurological Examination. A. De Lahunta. In: Braund's Clinical Neurology in Small Animals: Localization, Diagnosis and Treatment, Vite C.H. (Ed.).

Megacolon. A. Zalcman and R. M. Bright. In: Mechanisms of Disease in Small Animal Surgery, Bojrab M.J. and Monnet E. (Eds.).

Follicular Dynamics in Female Buffaloes. M.K. Awasthi. In: Bubaline Theriogenology, Purohit G.N. (Ed.).

Brucella abortus. Today’s Center for Food Safety and Public Health's Factsheet covers the etiology, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of Brucella abortus. Visit our Factsheet Index to access related images or other Factsheets. For "Fast Facts", clients handouts, more, visit the CFSPH.

A horse is dangerous at both ends and uncomfortable in the middle.—Ian Fleming (1908-1964), British writer and journalist

USPCephapirin. From the USP Veterinary Pharmaceutical Information Monographs.

Maxwell H.Gluck Equine Research CenterHorse-Related Human Injuries. From the Maxwell H.Gluck Equine Research Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA.

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