New podcast is out!

Yippee, our new podcast is out after 2 years of silence. Our first article of the year will discuss the surgical description and outcome of ultrasound-guided minimally invasive parathyroidectomy in 50 dogs with primary hyperparathyroidism. We will have a short interview with Alasdair Hotson Moore and some surgery news. Download at any of the podcastContinue reading “New podcast is out!”

Polyps in the ear

Nasopharyngeal polyps, also called otopharyngeal or inflammatory polyps, are benign pedunculated growths of uncertain origin but thought to arise as a result of chronic inflammation. Polyps have been associated with rhinitis and otitis resulting from various bacterial and viral agents; a congenital origin has been suggested as well. They may originate from the mucosal liningContinue reading “Polyps in the ear”

New Glossary Aims to Improve Communication Around Veterinary Oncology

A recent press release of the WSAVA’s Oncology Working Group helps owners better understand cancer terminology The Oncology Glossary is the first output from the WOW Group which was formed in 2021 to raise awareness of the latest thinking in cancer therapy and promote best practice globally. It explains in straightforward language many of theContinue reading “New Glossary Aims to Improve Communication Around Veterinary Oncology”

WSAVA Survey Highlights Urgent Need for Global Veterinary Oncology Education

Veterinary healthcare team members rate their knowledge at just five out ten Veterinary professionals globally rate their knowledge of oncology at just five out ten, according to survey from the newly formed World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Oncology Working Group (WOW). The average score varied by language, with Chinese-speaking respondents rating their knowledge atContinue reading “WSAVA Survey Highlights Urgent Need for Global Veterinary Oncology Education”