Iowa State University Veterinarian: Volume 35, Issue 2
Dr. R.W. Mohri is leaving Ames and Iowa State University after fifteen years of service to both. This article will not attempt to be a biography but will illustrate some of his professional accomplishments, in hopes that the readers will realize the caliber of man we are losing.
Diagnosis and treatment of convulsive disorders in the dog and cat can often lead to a certain degree of confusion and a feeling of futility. To demonstrate one of the broad spectrum of signs that may be observed in seizures, the following case of psychomotor epilepsy is presented.
A two and a half year old Appaloosa gelding was presented to the Stange Memorial Clinic for examination and diagnosis of a severe supporting lameness of the left rear leg.
The purpose of this paper is to describe in part, the process a group of large animal practitioners in Alberta, Canada, have developed to successfully implant bovine embryos from one donor cow to several recipient cows.
Recently there has been much attention given towards the "pet animal" explosion. It has been reported that each hour approximately 10,000 dogs and cats are born in this country. A recent source states that this figure is exaggerated and is more like 3,500 per hour.