Veterinary Science & Medical Diagnosis

Veterinary Science & Medical Diagnosis

Breeding Goals: How to improve Productivity and Market Traits

Every step in an animal’s life, from its component to its final transport for slaughter, affects its productivity and its potential to yield profit or loss. The focus of breeders’ efforts is in two broad areas, One is to increase the rate of reproduction. Read more…

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Posted by Rosalin - 01/03/2013 at 04:56

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Animal Models Used to Study the Effect of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure on Sleep and Neurocognitive Development

It has been already established that insomnia in humans can lead to various detrimental effects like cognitive etc which compel them to live a poor quality of life. Some genetic, epigenetic and environmental factors can lead to insomnia. It has been suggested Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 30/11/2012 at 03:26

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Findings of Ultrasound Examination of Adult Cattle With Suspected Respiratory Disease

Nowadays with the use of modern 5 MHz conveyable ultrasound machines, veterinary scientists are blessed with a cheap, non-invasive device to analyze the pleural surfaces and superficial lung parenchyma of cattle with suspected respiratory disease. Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 30/11/2012 at 03:18

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Need of Stem Cell Therapy for Animals

Today, huge advancements are going on in developing translational stem cell therapies for humans but the research is still limited in the field for animals. However small animal models like mice are used to determine the efficiency Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 19/11/2012 at 05:39

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2-Tier Grading System : A New Histologic Grading System for Canine Cutaneous Mast Cell Tumors

The most common of all skin neoplasms diagnosed in dog is the canine cutaneous mast cell tumors. These tumors in dogs can be initiated at any skin site and account for 7% to 21%. To analyse the nature of these mast cell tumors veterinary Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 12/11/2012 at 08:10

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Evaluation of the Inflammatory Reaction in Calves with Acute Ruminal Drinking

The milk retained in the rumen undergoes fermentation and acetic acid, butyric acid and lactic acid are produced, with a subsequent fall in the ruminal pH and the development of dyskeratosis of the ruminal mucosa. Indeed, lactic acid is the most detrimental product Read more…

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Posted by Ana - 27/09/2012 at 00:19

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