The Veterinary Medical Center's newsletter, "Update for Referring Veterinarians."
Speciality Care Distinguishes Emergency and Critical Care Service, Dialysis Saves Feline, Surgery Preserves Holstein's Fertility, Timing and Teamwork Critical in Equine Complex Dystocia, Welcomd Dr. Riccó
Capsule Endoscopy Offers Minimally Invasive Option; VMC Construction Update; Diagnostic Imaging Services in Equine Medicine; Behavioral Medicine Service Temporarily Relocates to Dublin; Welcome Dr. Hinds.
VMC to Launch Integrated Cancer Care Service; Online CE; Linear Accelerator a Leading-Edge Cancer Tool; Teleradiology; Roger Fingland to Head Veterinary Medical System, Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine Reception at the Midwest Veterinary Conference; Transitions and Departures.
Clinical Trials: Advancing Evidence-Based Medicine; Low-Level Laser Offers Hope in Canine Dermatitis; Clinical Biomarkers a First Step in Feline Diabetes; Understanding Equine Insulin Resistance; Welcome New Faculty: Drs. Kieves and Wavreille; Online CE: The Nephrology Series; Transitions and Departures.
Patient care "centralized" in new ICU; Dr. Rustin Moore to lead college as 11th dean; Commitment to Care Challenge Campaign to support the VMC Enhancement and Expansion Project; Buckeye football advertising campaign returns. Plus Best Buckeye Pet Photo contest!; Welcome Dr. Jordan; Welcome our new VMC Instructors-Practice; Transitions and Departures; Welcome 2015 Residents; Welcome 2015 Interns.
Canine Tetanus Treatment Requires Time and Care; From the Director; Discovering Sebastian's Secret; Equine Colic Case Reveals Gastrointestinal Tumor; New Dialysis Program for Companioon Animal Patients; Welcome Dr. Runcan; MRI Update
The January / February edition of the Veterinary Medical Center's bimonthly newsletter, "Update for Veterinarians," is available. Read about the VMC's comparative opthamology service, on-site MRI capabilities for companion, farm and equine animal patients, new faculty additions and departures and how Ohio State Veterinary Medicine helped restore vision to a 12-year-old American Paint horse gelding, "Bling."