Selected highlights from other veterinary journals

April 2010
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;4/10/2010, Vol. 166 Issue 15, p466
Academic Journal
The article offers news briefs related to veterinary medicine research in Great Britain. M. J. Guilliard and colleagues study shows that corns or paw pad keratomas in dogs were the result of foreign body penetration. R. C. Murray and colleagues study cites that causes of lameness in dressage horses include age, height, and indoor arenas. Researchers L. G. Prober and colleagues notes that semen contamination could result in false-positive results for protein and blood during dipstick analysis.


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