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Veterinary Journal Club – Reading Recommendation

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Here are the reviewed articles shared with us by our Veterinary Journal Clubs

TUFTS CUMMINGS SMALL ANIMALS

1. Ability of the Tightrope and Percutaneous Lateral Fabellar Suture Techniques to Control Cranial Tibial Translation, read abstract
2. Effect of Tibial Plateau Angle on Cranial Cruciate Ligament Strain: An Ex Vivo Study in the Dog, read abstract


TUFTS CUMMINGS LARGE ANIMALS

1. Stifle extension results in differential tensile forces developing between abaxial and axial components of the cranial meniscotibial ligament of the equine medial meniscus: a mechanistic explanation for meniscal tear patterns, read abstract
2. Deep digital flexor tendon rupture in two horses: A potential complication of comminuted second phalangeal fractures, read abstract
3. Quantitative assessment of the equine hoof using digital radiography and magnetic resonance imaging, read abstract
4. Lungeing on hard and soft surfaces: Movement symmetry oftrotting horses considered sound by their owners, read abstract
5. Risk of septic arthritis after intra-articular medication: a study of 16,624 injections in Thoroughbred racehorses, read abstract
6. Validity of laryngeal ultrasonography in reference to endoscopy at rest and during exercise in Warmblood horses, read abstract


MISSOURI EQUINE JOURNAL CLUB

1. Suspected acorn toxicity in nine horses, read abstract
2. Factors associated with survival to hospital discharge following endoscopic treatment for synovial sepsis in 214 horses, read abstract
3. Laryngoplasty in Standing Horses, read abstract
4. Ultrasonographic visualization of the liver in sites recommended for blind percutaneous liver biopsy in horses, read abstract
5. Comparison of primary vaccination regimes for equine influenza: working towards an evidence-based regime, read abstract
6. Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation Provides an Additional Benefit to a Low-Dust Diet in the Management of Horses with Chronic Lower Airway Inflammatory Disease, read abstract

Veterinary Journal Club – September Must Reads

Read the reviewed articles from the following Journal Clubs:

TUFTS CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE – SMALL ANIMALS

1. Biomechanical Comparison of Two Implants for the Stabilization of Incomplete Ossification of the Humeral Condyle Lesions in Dogs, abstract
2. Cementless Total Hip Replacement in 20 Juveniles Using BFXTM Arthroplasty, abstract

TUFTS CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE – LARGE ANIMALS

1. In vitro holding security of six friction knots used as a first throw in the creation of a vascular ligation, abstract
2. Long-term survival in horses with strangulating obstruction of the small intestine managed without resection, abstract
3. Ex Vivo Comparison of Bursting Strength of Ventral Median and Right Ventral Paramedian Celiotomies in Horses, abstract
4. Comparison of Tensile Strength and Early Healing of Acute Repeat Celiotomy Through a Ventral Median or a Right Ventral Paramedian Approach, abstract
5. Complications Associated with Perineal Urethrotomy in 27 Equids, abstract

MISSOURI UNIVERSITY – ZALK VETERINARY MEDICAL LIBRARY

1. Disposition, behavioural and physiological effects of escalating doses of intravenously administered fentanyl to young foals, abstract
2. Characterisation of immune responses in healthy foals when a multivalent vaccine protocol was initiated at 90 or 180 days of age, abstract
3. Characterization and outcome following excision of masses in the nictitating membranes of horses: 50 cases (1998-2012). , abstract
4. Short-Term Complications After Colic Surgery in Geriatric Versus Mature Non-Geriatric Horses, abstract
5. The effects of three-month oral supplementation with a nutraceutical and exercise on the locomotor pattern of aged horses, abstract
6. Comparison of a single dose of moxidectin and a five-day course of fenbendazole to reduce and suppress cyathostomin fecal egg counts in a herd of embryo transfer-recipient mares, abstract

Veterinary Journal Club Must Reads: JUNE EDITION

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Read what our Journal Clubs have been reviewing the past month

TUFTS CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, SMALL ANIMALS

1. Sensitivity, positive predictive value, and interobserver variability of computed tomography in the diagnosis of bullae associated with spontaneous pneumothorax in dogs: 19 cases (2003–2012), Abstract
2. Clinical assessment of a shaft screw for stabilization of the humeral condyle in dogs, Abstract

TUFTS CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, LARGE ANIMALS

1. Operative factors associated with short-term outcome in horses with large colon volvulus: 47 cases from 2006 to 2013, Abstract
2. Analysis of stress fractures associated with lameness in Thoroughbred flat racehorses training on different track surfaces undergoing nuclear scintigraphic examination, Abstract
3. Use of a modified transfixation pin cast for treatment of comminuted phalangeal fractures in horses, , Abstract