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Category: Vet Voice

Veterinary Voice, April 2015 – Pheochromocytomas

April 30, 2015

  Kelly N. Monaghan, DVM, DACVIM Internal Medicine Specialist   Adrenal tumors represent approximately 1% of all neoplasias in dogs. Of these, about 10-30% are pheochromocytomas. Pheochromocytomas are catecholamine-producing tumors of the adrenal medullary chromaffin ...


Veterinary Voice, February 2015 – Contaminated Wound Treatment

February 26, 2015

  Trent Gall, DVM, MS, DACVS (Small Animal Surgeon)     Contaminated wounds, especially large wounds can be very difficult and expensive to treat. Especially those that are infected with resistant bacteria. There is a ...


Veterinary Voice, May 2013 – Vestibular Disease in the Cat and Dog

July 21, 2013

May 2013, Issue 55 Neurology Update! Many of you have expressed that there is a need for a local neurologist… Dr. Maggie Vandenberg, her nurse Cassie Talbot and Bruno   On February 18th, 2013 we ...


Veterinary Voice, June 2013 – Gallbladder Mucocele

July 21, 2013

June 2013, Issue 56 What’s New at AMVS! Jim Perry, DVM, PhD, DACVIM Oncology Specialist and Surgical Resident As of July 12th 2013, Jim Perry, our Surgical Resident and Oncology Specialist, will have finished his ...


Veterinary Voice, September 2012 – Megaesophagus: Etiologies are Immeasurable – It’s not always MG

January 6, 2013

September 2012, Issue 47 AMVS Event Updates!   September was a great month for Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists. The Homeward Bound Harvest had a great turn out and raised a whopping $113,000 dollars for the Longmont ...


Veterinary Voice, October 2012 – Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma; Not Always a Pain in the Rear

November 18, 2012

October 2012, Issue 48 Hope you have a safe & HAPPY HALLOWEEN! From Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists AMVS Event Updates! AECC & AMVS’s CE on October 25th had a great turn out, We hope that ...

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