Prof Derek Knottenbelt
Prof Jonathon Naylor
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Abdomen: lipoma - pedunculated
Abdomen: pain - adult
Anemia: chronic disease
Anesthesia: general - overview
Blood: biochemistry - albumin
Blood: biochemistry - alkaline phosphatase (SAP, ALP)
Blood: biochemistry - aspartate amino transferase (AST)
Blood: biochemistry - calcium
Blood: biochemistry - gamma globulins
Blood: biochemistry - gamma glutamyl transferase (gGT)
Blood: biochemistry - glucose
Blood: biochemistry - sorbitol dehydrogenase
Blood: biochemistry - total protein
Blood: hemoglobin (Hb) concentration
Cardiovascular: blood pressure monitoring
Cecum: intussusception - cecocecal / cecocolic
Colon: displacement - pelvic flexure
Colon: infarction - non-strangulating
Colon: small - obstruction
Facial nerve: trauma
Gastrointestinal: epiploic foramen hernia
Gastrointestinal: fecalith / bezoar
Gastrointestinal: nasogastric intubation
Gastrointestinal: neoplasia - melanoma
Gastrointestinal: physical examination
Gastrointestinal: small intestine - intussusception
Gastrointestinal: small intestine - torsion
Gastrointestinal: tympany/flatulent colic
Liver: hepatitis - chronic active
Musculoskeletal: rectal palpation
Peritoneal fluid: cytology
Skin: fibroma / fibrosarcoma
Skin: neoplasia - lymphosarcoma
Skin: neoplasia - mast cell tumor
Skin: neoplasia - melanoma
Skin: neoplasia - squamous cell carcinoma
Strongyle infestation: large
Toxicity: pyrrolizidine alkaloid
Umbilicus: hernia (strangulating)
Urogenital: rectal palpation
Weight loss: overview
Intestinal neoplasia: tumor types
Reproduction: breeding assessment examination - stallion
Local anesthesia: intratesticular
Stress in Guinea Pigs
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