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Iowa State University Veterinarian: Volume 22, Issue 1

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A Case of Ctenocephalidiasis
( 1960) Trafton, Forrest ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

A sixteen month old female cocker spaniel with diagnosis unknown was admitted to the Stange Memorial Clinic at the request of a referring veterinarian. The dog had been anorexic and depressed four days prior to being admitted. She was in a semi-comatose condition with spasmodic trembling of the body, the mucous membranes were pale and the temperature subnormal. There was evidence of blood in the feces. A poor prognosis was given because the animal was in a moribund condition.

Orchitis in a Week Old Shetland Colt
( 1960) Challoner, Robert ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

A one week old Shetland colt was admitted to Stange Memorial Clinic on September 12, 1959 with a suspected inguinal hernia. Symptoms consisted of a hot, hard, and painful bilateral enlargement of the scrotum. The right side was larger than the left. The animal was depressed and weak.

Strengthening Interprofessional Relations
( 1960) Hostetler, C. ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

I believe all of us will agree that there is a need for strengthened interprofessional relations to increase the exchange of professional information for a number of reasons. Some of these are to broaden our scope of scientific information and to help us better serve our communities.

Bilateral Hare Lip and Cleft Palate in a Calf
( 1960) Hicks, Jerry ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

On September 25, 1959, a Holstein bull calf was presented at the Stange Memorial Clinic. The history given by the client pointed out that the calf had been sold at a sales barn at four days of age because it could not successfully nurse its dam. Milk would run out of the nostrils while it attempted to nurse.

Esophageal Foreign Body
( 1960) Sprugel, Charles ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

April 1, 1959, a one year old female Shetland pony was admitted to the Stange Memorial Clinic.