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Iowa State University Veterinarian: Volume 37, Issue 2

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Visit to Pharmaceutical Firms
( 1975) Kurtyka, Carol ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The annual junior class trip to drug houses began Sunday morning, March 2, 1975, at 7:00 a.m., when 56 students, two instructors, and two wives boarded two charter buses, taking them to places where few of them had ever been before. The first two days were spent at Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, one day at Abbott Labs in North Chichago, and the final day at the Upjohn Company in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

What's Your Radiographic Diagnosis?
( 1975) Erdman, Chris ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Coming two year old quarterhorse. Not noted to be lame until animal was broken. No swelling or heat in leg. Would become lame when ridden for a short time. Lameness disappeared after day or two rest, but would recur with exercise. Answer on page 60.

Radiological Interpretation of Bones
( 1975) Schuster, Diana ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Radiological interpretation of the bones of the young, growing small animal can pose a problem to the veterinarian. Epiphyseal lines and subsidiary centers of ossification may confuse the veterinarian into misdiagnosing a fracture or joint abnormality in a normal animal.

Know Your Exotics
( 1975) Whitlock, Jan ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Veterinarians are of great service to their clients if they can give them general information on how to care for their exotic pets and know how to handle and treat these pets when they are sick. The raccoon is a very common exotic pet which may be brought into your hospital. Wild raccoons, which have been found after being injured, are often presented to you for treatment. For the safety of both the veterinarian and the raccoon a general knowledge can prove very helpful.

Equine Laminitis
( 1975) Kurt, John ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Laminitis is defined as the inflammation of the laminae of the foot. This disease, commonly known as founder, has been known for centuries, however the pathogenesis is still under discussion. Both cardiovascular as well as metabolic changes are known to be involved in the disease.