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    • History of veterinary medicine in the Philippines

    • The history of veterinary medicine in the Philippines discusses the history of veterinary medicine as a profession in the Philippines. Its history in the Philippines began in 1828, while the Philippines was still a colony of Spain, progressing further during the time when the Philippines became a territory of the Unite ... Read »


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    • Sebaceous adenitis

    • In canines, sebaceous adenitis, or SA, refers to the autoimmune disease found in some breeds of dog and more rarely in cats, rabbits and horses. It is an uncommon, idiopathic skin disease, characterised by an immune response against the dog's sebaceous glands (glands found in the hair follicles in the skin dermis), whi ... Read »


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    • Veterinary medicine

    • Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in non-human animals. The scope of veterinary medicine is wide, covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild, with a wide range of conditions which can affect different specie ... Read »


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    • Veterinary pathology

    • Veterinary pathologists are doctors of veterinary medicine who specialize in the diagnosis of diseases through the examination of animal tissue and body fluids. Like medical pathology, veterinary pathology is divided into two branches, anatomical pathology and clinical pathology. Other than the diagnosis of disease in ... Read »


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    • Veterinary acupuncture

    • Veterinary acupuncture is the practice of performing acupuncture on animals. Traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM) has been practiced on animals for thousands of years. For nearly 3,000 years, from the Zhou dynasty and the reign of Emperor Mu around 930 B.C., up until the Yuan dynasty of the 14th century, ... Read »


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    • American College of Veterinary Surgeons

    • The American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) is the specialty board that defines the standards of surgical excellence for the field of veterinary medicine, promotes advancements in veterinary surgery, and provides the latest in veterinary surgical educational programs. The ACVS is responsible for overseeing the t ... Read »


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    • Animal bite

    • Animal bite

      An animal bite is a wound, usually lacerations, caused by the teeth. An animal bite usually results in a break in the skin but also includes contusions from the excessive pressure on body tissue from the bite. The contusions can occur without a break in the skin. Bites can be provoked or unprovoked. Other bite attacks ... Read »


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    • Animal Drug Availability Act 1996

    • Animal Drug Availability Act 1996

      The Animal Drug Availability Act 1996 (ADAA) is a United States federal law. President Clinton signed the ADAA into law in October 1996. While still obligated to public health concerns, the act intends more rapid drug and medicated feed approval to assist the animal health industry. The Animal Drug Availability Ac ... Read »


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    • Antibiotic misuse

    • Antibiotic misuse, sometimes called antibiotic abuse or antibiotic overuse, refers to the misuse or overuse of antibiotics, with potentially serious effects on health. It is a contributing factor to the development of antibiotic resistance, including the creation of multidrug-resistant bacteria, informally called "supe ... Read »


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    • Antimicrobial resistance

    • Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the ability of a microbe to resist the effects of medication previously used to treat them. This broader term also covers antibiotic resistance, which applies to bacteria and antibiotics. Resistance arises through one of three ways: natural resistance in certain types of bacteria, gene ... Read »


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    • Babec

    • Babec (December 22, 1979 - April 11, 2008) was a male silverback Western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla), the youngest of three sons born to Otto and Benga at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo. Between 1988 and 1992 he sired 8 offspring, 5 of them with Madge of the Cincinnati Zoo. Six of his offspring survived into ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Veterinary Science

    • The Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc or BVSC; Latin Baccalaureus Veterinariae Scientiae),"Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine" (BVetMed), or "Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery" ("BVM&S" or "BVMS") is a degree for studies in veterinary medicine in the United Kingdom and some other countries. These degrees qual ... Read »


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    • Biomedicine

    • Biomedicine (i.e. Medical biology) is a branch of medical science that applies biological and physiological principles to clinical practice. The branch especially applies to biology and physiology. Biomedicine also can relate to many other categories in health and biological related fields. It has been the dominant hea ... Read »


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    • Blue Cross (animal charity)

    • Blue Cross

      Blue Cross is a registered animal welfare charity in the United Kingdom, founded in 1897 as Our Dumb Friends League. The charity provides support for pet owners who cannot afford private veterinary treatment, helps to find homes for unwanted animals, and educates the public in the responsibilities of animal ownership. ... Read »


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    • Cand.med.vet.

    • Cand.med.vet (Candidatus/candidata (male/female) medicinae veterinariae) or "candidate of veterinary medicine" is an academic degree awarded in Scandinavian countries following a 5,5 to 6 year veterinary medical school education. It is equivalent with the same kind of degrees given in other countries, like: DVM, VDM, B ... Read »


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    • Common Veterinary Entry Document

    • The Common Veterinary Entry Document (CVED) is the official document used in all member states of the European Union (EU) to pre-notify the arrival of each consignment of live animals (pets not included), live animal products and products of animal origin intended for import to or transit through the EU from third coun ... Read »


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    • Conservation medicine

    • Conservation medicine is an emerging, interdisciplinary field that studies the relationship between human and animal health, and environmental conditions. Also known as ecological medicine, environmental medicine, or medical geology. The environmental causes of health problems are complex, global, and poorly understoo ... Read »


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    • Controlled internal drug release

    • Controlled internal drug release (CIDR) devices are used in livestock for the synchronization of estrus. They are T-shaped devices with a silicone-coated nylon core. The silicone coating is impregnated with progesterone. CIDRs are inserted intra-vaginally using a specialized applicator. The flexible wings collapse for ... Read »


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    • Diseases of Canaries

    • Diseases of Canaries is a 1933 book by Robert Stroud, better known by his prison nickname of "The Bird Man of Alcatraz". He wrote it while serving a life sentence at Leavenworth Penitentiary. Diseases of Canaries is a comprehensive work which contains much information on: Anatomy – Feeding – Feeding Experime ... Read »


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    • Domestic sheep reproduction

    • As with other mammals, domestic sheep reproduction occurs sexually. Their reproductive strategy is very similar to other domestic herd animals. A flock of sheep is generally mated by a single ram, which has either been chosen by a farmer or has established dominance through physical contest with other rams (in feral po ... Read »


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    • E-Vet Interns

    • E-Vet Interns is a reality television series about veterinary interns working at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver, Colorado. It is a spinoff of Emergency Vets, a series about the lives of veterinarians at Alameda East that aired from 1998 to 2002 on the U.S. cable network Animal Planet. E-Vet Interns began ai ... Read »


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    • EADGENE

    • The EADGENE acronym stands for "European Animal Disease Genomics Network of Excellence." EADGENE (European Animal Disease Genomics Network of Excellence) is a so-called "Network of Excellence" project that commenced in 2004. Networks of Excellence are a particular type of project funding mechanism under the Europe ... Read »


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    • Emergency Vets

    • Emergency Vets is a reality television series that airs on the U.S. cable network Animal Planet. First aired in 1998, it depicts the working and outside lives of the veterinarians at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver, Colorado, USA, plus the animals that they treat. At its peak of popularity, Emergency Vets al ... Read »


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    • Estrous synchronization

    • In agriculture, estrous synchronization is used (particularly in the dairy and beef industries) to facilitate breeding by . The term "estrous" refers to the point of female sexual excitement in mammals which causes ovulation. At ovulation females are most receptive to mating. This period is commonly referred to as ... Read »


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    • Ethnoveterinary medicine

    • Ethnoveterinary medicine (EVM) considers that traditional practices of veterinary medicine are legitimate and seeks to validate them (Köhler-Rollefson and Bräunig, 1998). Many non-Western traditions of veterinary medicine exist, such as acupuncture and herbal medicine in China, Tibetan veterinary medicine, Ayurve ... Read »


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    • Exercise-induced collapse

    • Exercise-induced collapse (EIC) is a genetic syndrome, predominantly occurring in mixed breed dogs related to several retriever breeds as well as purebred Labrador Retrievers but also seen in Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and Curly Coated Retrievers, Boykin spaniels, Cocker spaniels, German wire-haired pointers, Old Englis ... Read »


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    • Exploratory surgery

    • Exploratory surgery is a diagnostic method used by doctors when trying to find a diagnosis for an ailment. It can be performed in both humans and animals, but it is far more common in animals. It is used most commonly to diagnose or locate cancer in humans. The use of new technologies such as MRIs have made explorator ... Read »


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    • Fish medicine

    • Fish medicine is the study and treatment of the diseases of fish. Although some practitioners work primarily with aquarium fish, this field also has important applications to fisheries management. Fish medicine remains a largely embryonic field, but is developing rapidly in some areas. American institutions offering c ... Read »


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    • Geoponica

    • The Geoponica (also spelled Geoponika) is a twenty-book collection of agricultural lore, compiled during the 10th century in Constantinople for the Byzantine emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus. The Greek word Geoponica signifies "agricultural pursuits" in its widest sense. The 10th century collection is somet ... Read »


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    • Head pressing

    • Head pressing is a veterinary condition characterized by standing close to a wall or corner face-first without moving. This condition is seen in pets such as dogs and cats, and also other animals such as cows, horses, and goats. Head pressing is usually a sign of a neurological disorder, especially of the forebrain (e. ... Read »


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    • History of veterinary medicine in Pennsylvania

    • The history of veterinary medicine in Pennsylvania officially began with the development of the profession in the early 1800s. By the early 19th century, graduate veterinarians (most from London) had started to infiltrate the American cities; many of these became prominent practitioners. With the absence of veteri ... Read »


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    • Holistic veterinary medicine

    • Holistic veterinary medicine is a type of veterinary medicine that uses alternative medicine in the treatment of animals. The philosophy of a holistic veterinarian emphasizes empathy and minimal invasiveness. Alternative therapies offered by a holistic veterinarian may include, but are not limited to, acupuncture, herb ... Read »


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    • Hot spot (veterinary medicine)

    • Hot spot (veterinary medicine)

      In veterinary medicine, a "hot spot" (or acute pyoderma, acute moist pyotraumatic dermatitis (AMPD)) is one of the many names for a raw, painful, irritated skin lesion that results in and worsens from a pet (such as a dog or a cat) constantly biting, scratching, chewing, and licking an area of its skin that is irritate ... Read »


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    • Hygroma (canine disease)

    • A hygroma, or a false bursa, is a discrete, fluid-filled sac that can form on the joints of dogs in response to repeated pressure, such as that from sitting on a hard surface. It is treated by draining the fluid and may be prevented by providing padded bedding. An untreated hygroma can develop into in a large enou ... Read »


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    • Isthmus of the fauces

    • Isthmus of the fauces

      The isthmus of the fauces or the oropharyngeal isthmus is a part of the oropharynx directly behind the mouth cavity, bounded superiorly by the soft palate, laterally by the palatoglossal arches, and inferiorly by the tongue. The fauces are regarded as the two pillars, formed by the palatoglossus and the palatopharynge ... Read »


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    • K9 Advantix II

    • K9 Advantix II is a insecticide product developed by Bayer for dogs, used for treatment and prevention of an array of common external parasites. It is labeled as effective against fleas, ticks, chewing lice, mosquitoes, and biting flies. Its active ingredients include imidacloprid, permethrin, and pyriproxyfen.Contrain ... Read »


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    • Landscape epidemiology

    • Landscape epidemiology draws some of its roots from the field of landscape ecology. Just as the discipline of landscape ecology is concerned with analyzing both pattern and process in ecosystems across time and space, landscape epidemiology can be used to analyze both risk patterns and environmental risk factors. This ... Read »


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    • Leucosis

    • Leucosis is a leukemia-like malignant viral disease that is found in animals, particularly poultry and cattle. ... Read »


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    • Limb perfusion

    • Limb perfusion is a medical technique that is used to deliver drugs locally directly to a site of interest. It is commonly used in human medicine for administration of anticancer drugs directly to an arm or leg. It is also used in veterinary medicine to deliver drugs to a site of infection or injury, as well as for the ... Read »


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    • List of veterinary drugs

    • A list of generic names and brand names for veterinary drugs used in veterinary medicine. ... Read »


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    • Long Island Veterinary Specialists

    • ets Long Island Veterinary Specialists is a veterinary specialty center located in Plainview, Long Island, New York . LIVS was first located in Levittown, NY and was previously called “Island Veterinary Referral.” Dr. Meyer Kaplan, veterinary surgeon and owner of Levittown Animal Hospital, and Dr. John Sapie ... Read »


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    • Mallein test

    • The mallein test is a sensitive and specific clinical test for glanders, a common bacterial disease of equids (horses, donkeys, mules). This test is an allergic hypersensitivity test used as a diagnosis for glanders. It is caused by a bacterium called Burkholderia mallei, which is contagious for humans and other specie ... Read »


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    • Merck Veterinary Manual

    • The Merck Veterinary Manual is a reference manual of animal health care. It is published by Merck & Co., Inc. and Merial Limited. The Merck Veterinary Manual is available as a reference manual or as an online resource for veterinarians, veterinary students, and others involved in animal health care. The Merck Veterina ... Read »


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    • Michigan Veterinary Medical Association

    • The Michigan Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) is a not-for-profit association representing more than 2300 Michigan veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, educational institutions, and uniformed services. One of the primary sources of continuing education for veterinarians l ... Read »


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    • Museum of Veterinary Anatomy FMVZ USP

    • Museum of Veterinary Anatomy FMVZ USP

      The Museum of Veterinary Anatomy (MAV) is a museum open to public viewing on the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science (FMVZ) at USP, the major university in Brazil. Its official name in Portuguese is "Museu de Anatomia Veterinária Prof. Dr. Plínio Pinto e Silva", given in honor of Professor Plinio Pi ... Read »


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    • Mycoplasma adleri

    • Mycoplasma adleri is a species of bacteria in the genus Mycoplasma. This genus of bacteria lacks a cell wall around their cell membrane. Without a cell wall, they are unaffected by many common antibiotics such as penicillin or other beta-lactam antibiotics that target cell wall synthesis. Mycoplasma are the smallest ba ... Read »


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    • Mycoplasma agalactiae

    • Mycoplasma agalactiae is a species of bacteria in the genus Mycoplasma. This genus of bacteria lacks a cell wall around their cell membrane. Without a cell wall, they are unaffected by many common antibiotics such as penicillin or other beta-lactam antibiotics that target cell wall synthesis. Mycoplasma are the smalles ... Read »


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    • Mycoplasma agassizii

    • Mycoplasma agassizii is a species of bacteria in the genus Mycoplasma. This genus of bacteria lacks a cell wall around their cell membrane. Without a cell wall, they are unaffected by many common antibiotics such as penicillin or other beta-lactam antibiotics that target cell wall synthesis. Mycoplasma are the smalle ... Read »


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    • Neutering

    • Neutering, from the Latin neuter ("of neither sex"), is the removal of an animal's reproductive organ, either all of it or a considerably large part. "Neutering" is often used incorrectly to refer only to male animals, but the term actually applies to both sexes. The male-specific term is castration, while spaying is u ... Read »


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    • One Health

    • One Health is "the collaborative effort of multiple disciplines — working locally, nationally, and globally — to attain optimal health for people, animals and the environment". One Health is a new phrase, but the concept extends back to ancient times. The recognition that environmental factors can impact ... Read »


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    • One Health Institute

    • The One Health Institute works at the interface of animals, people and the environment to solve complex problems that impact health and conservation around the world. The Institute is part of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and is home to the Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center and many other programs and ... Read »


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    • Online Mendelian Inheritance in Animals

    • Online Mendelian Inheritance in Animals (OMIA) is an online database of genes, inherited disorders and traits in more than 135 animal species. It is modelled on, and is complementary to, Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM). It aims to provide a publicly accessible catalogue of all animal phenes, excluding those ... Read »


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    • Onychectomy

    • Onychectomy, popularly known as declawing, is an operation to remove an animal's claws surgically by means of the amputation of all or part of the distal phalanges, or end bones, of the animal's toes. Because the claw develops from germinal tissue within the third phalanx, amputation of the bone is necessary to fully r ... Read »


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    • Parafilaria multipapillosa

    • Parafilaria multipapillosa (syn. Filaria haemorrhagica) is a parasitic nematode of the genus Parafilaria, which affects horses causing hemorrhagic subcutaneous nodules in the head and upper forelimbs, in North Africa, Southern and Eastern Europe, Asia and South America, leading to bleeding from the skin. It is commonly ... Read »


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    • Persin

    • Persin

      Persin is a fungicidal toxin present in the avocado. It is considered generally harmless to humans, but when consumed by domestic animals in large quantities it is dangerous. Persin is an oil-soluble compound structurally similar to a fatty acid, and it leaches into the body of the fruit from the pits. Negative effect ... Read »


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    • Pet orthotics

    • Pet orthotics refers to the use of orthotics for pets. Orthotics is an allied health care field concerned with the design, development, fitting and manufacture of orthoses. Orthoses, sometimes called braces or splints, are devices that support or correct musculoskeletal deformities and/or abnormalities of the body. An ... Read »


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    • Phi Zeta

    • Phi Zeta (ΦΖ) is the only honor society of veterinary medicine in the United States. Phi Zeta was established at Cornell University in 1925 with the assistance of Dr. Veranus Alva Moore Greek Scholar, Dr. George P. Bristol of Cornell University, suggested that the organization use the Greek word, spelled i ... Read »


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    • Porcine zona pellucida

    • Porcine zona pellucida is a form of zona pellucida extracted from the ovaries of pigs, often referred to by the initials PZP. It is a popular source of antigens for immunocontraception. The zona pellucida is a thick membrane that surrounds the unfertilised eggs of mammals. In order for an egg to be fertilised, sperm m ... Read »


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    • Progesterone devices used in farm animals

    • Progesterone devices are broadly used in the control of reproductive management in . They work by increasing circulating plasma progesterone levels with the following consequences: The curve of plasma progesterone in ovariectomised cows fitted with either PRID or CIDR show similar overall levels with a more obviou ... Read »


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    • Progesterone-releasing intravaginal device

    • Intravaginal progesterone devices are broadly used in the control of reproductive management in cattle. The chain-mechanism of action is as follows: Protocol – PRID for 9 days. PGF2α injection on days 5–8. Serve on observed oestrus or fixed time once at 56h or twice at 48h and 72h. ... Read »


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    • Pseudoruminant

    • Pseudoruminant is a classification of animal based on its digestive tract differing from the ruminants. Hippopotamidae (comprising hippopotami) are ungulate mammals with a three-chambered stomach (ruminants have a four-chambered stomach). Camels & hippopotami are examples of pseudoruminants. Like ruminants, the ps ... Read »


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    • Rookie Vets

    • Rookie Vets is a New Zealand reality series that follows seven students at New Zealand's only veterinary school at Massey University in Palmerston North, at work and at play throughout their fifth and final year, when they're just a few short months away from graduating and their first vet jobs. The seven students are ... Read »


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    • Swan Sanctuary, Shepperton

    • The Swan Sanctuary

      The Swan Sanctuary, Shepperton is a wildlife hospital dedicated to the treatment, care and rehabilitation of swans and wildfowl in the UK and is situated close to the village of Shepperton in area of Middlesex, England. The Swan Sanctuary is registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as Veterinary Premise ... Read »


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    • Tiggywinkles

    • Tiggywinkles is a British animal welfare charity and veterinary hospital, also known as St Tiggywinkles and The Wildlife Hospital Trust. Tiggywinkles, which specialises in the rescue and treatment of wild animals, was founded in 1983 as the Wildlife Hospital Trust by as the United Kingdom's first wildlife hospital. Th ... Read »


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    • TRACES

    • TRACES, or Trade Control and Expert System, is a web-based veterinarian certification tool used by the European Union for controlling the import and export of live animals and animal products within and without its borders. Its network falls under the responsibility of the European Commission. Since the end of the ... Read »


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    • Traditional Chinese veterinary medicine

    • Traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM) is the ancient veterinary treatment of animals based on the same theories as traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). TCM and TCVM have developed over a period of over 3,500 years and are practiced all over the world. In Western cultures such as the U.S., TCVM has rapidly grown ... Read »


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    • Veterinary medicine in the United Kingdom

    • Veterinary medicine in the United Kingdom is the performance of veterinary medicine by licensed professionals, and strictly regulated by statute law, notably the Veterinary Surgeons Act of 1966. Veterinary medicine is led by veterinary physicians, termed 'veterinary surgeons' (with a different meaning to how it is used ... Read »


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    • Vaginal cytology

    • Vaginal cytology is a microscopic examination of cells from the vaginal epithelium. In mammals, it shows the stages of the menstrual or estrous cycle because the vaginal epithelium changes in response to sex hormone levels; practically, it is used to distinguish when a female canine is at a particular point in the estr ... Read »


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    • VeNom Coding Group

    • The VeNom Coding Group is a group of veterinary academics and practitioners from across Britain who have devised a standardized terminology for use in veterinary medicine. These codes are available to academic or research institutes, software manufacturers or veterinary practices after a request for a permission. ... Read »


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    • Vet School Confidential

    • Vet School Confidential is a reality TV show that first aired on Animal Planet in 2001. It follows five students from the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine as they go through their clinical rotations tending to a variety of animals. Examples of the topics in episodes include; students doing physi ... Read »


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    • VetBact

    • VetBact

      The VetBact database contains information about bacteria that are of interest in veterinary medicine. The database was developed at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and the National Veterinary Institute in Uppsala, Sweden. VetBact is primarily intended as a tool for veterinary students and their teacher ... Read »


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    • Veterinarian's Oath


    • Veterinary biologic

    • Veterinary biologics are vaccines, antigens, antitoxins and other preparations made from living organisms (or genetically engineered) and intended for use in diagnosing, treating, or immunizing animals. Unlike some pharmaceutical products, such as antibiotics, most biologics leave no residues in animals. Veterinary bio ... Read »


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    • Veterinary chiropractic

    • Veterinary chiropractic, also known as animal chiropractic, is the practice of spinal manipulation or manual therapy for animals. Veterinary chiropractors typically treat horses, racing greyhounds, and pets. It has become a fast developing area. It remains controversial within certain segments of the veterinary and ch ... Read »


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    • Veterinary equivalency

    • Veterinary equivalency is the mutual recognition by two or more countries that each party’s safety and sanitation standards for animal products, even where not identical, provide an equivalent level of protection to public and animal health. Aimed at facilitating trade, the practical effect of veterinary equivalen ... Read »


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    • Veterinary ethics

    • Veterinary Ethics is a system of moral principles that apply values and judgements to the practice of veterinary medicine. As a scholarly discipline, veterinary ethics encompasses its practical application in clinical settings as well as work on its history, philosophy, theology, and sociology. Veterinary ethics combin ... Read »


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    • Veterinary Immunology

    • Veterinary Immunology studies all aspects of immune system in animals. It is a branch under biomedical science and related to zoology and veterinary sciences. It investigates the physiological functions of the animal immune system. Interests include malfunctions and disorders, but also health, of the immune system in a ... Read »


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    • Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act of 2014

    • Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act of 2014

      The Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act of 2014 (H.R. 1528; Pub.L. 113–143) is a United States public law that amends the Controlled Substances Act to clarify that veterinarians are not required to have separate registrations to dispense controlled substances outside of their principal place of business, such as when ... Read »


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    • Veterinary public health

    • Veterinary public health (VPH) is a component of public health that focuses on the application of veterinary science to protect and improve the physical, mental and social well-being of humans. Conventionally veterinary public health as a topic covers the following areas: It is desirable to consider food producti ... Read »


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    • VetsNYC

    • VetsNYC is a group of American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) certified veterinary hospitals with three locations; two in Riverside, New York City, and another in Yorktown Heights, NY. The company was started by Dr. Phillip Raclyn and Dr. Steven Kasanofsky. The company Riverside Animal Hospital was the first, and ... Read »


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    • Wildlife contraceptive

    • Wildlife contraceptives of various kinds are under development. Contraceptives such as these are intended to control population growth among both tame and wild animals. White-tailed deer may be controlled with contraceptives in suburban areas, where they are sometimes a nuisance. In parts of the United States, does ar ... Read »


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    • Wildlife Vet

    • Wild!Life Adventures: Wildlife Vet is a 1998 Made-for-TV documentary film directed by Larry Engel. It composed by Marc Engel and story editor was Whitney Wood. It stars Alicia Silverstone and veterinarian Dave Jessup. In this 60-minute longer documentary, Silverstone joins Jessup as he treats animal ailments in Zimbabw ... Read »


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    • Withdrawal time

    • Withdrawal time, as relating to veterinary medicine, is defined as the time required after administration of a drug to a dairy cow needed to assure that drug residues in the marketable milk is below a determined maximum residue limit (MRL). This term is often used more broadly to describe the time needed after drug adm ... Read »


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    • The World of James Herriot

    • The World of James Herriot is a writer's home museum attraction in Thirsk, North Yorkshire, England. The museum covers the life and books of the 20th century veterinarian and author James Herriot (1916–1995) within the Yorkshire Dales. The museum is located in a 1940s period house with veterinary science exhi ... Read »


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    • World Veterinary Year 2011

    • The year 2011 was named World Veterinary Year in recognition of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the world’s first veterinary school in Lyon, France, in 1761, which was followed in 1764 by the founding of the Alfort veterinary school, near Paris, both at the initiative of French veterinarian Claude Bourgel ... Read »


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    • Zoophilia and health

    • Sexual contact with animals is associated with several significant health risks. Areas of possible concern are infection, physical injury and allergic reaction. Infections that are transmitted from animals to humans are called zoonoses. Some zoonoses may be transferred through casual contact, but others are much m ... Read »


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