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Dr. Emily Tincher participated in 5 hours of CE at the 2018 AVMA Convention in CO. Panel discussions ranged from mentorship to difficult topics related to wellness.

Dr. Emily Tincher speaks at 2018 AVMA Convention

Dr. Emily Tincher at AVMA Dr. Emily Tincher participated in 5 hours of CE at the 2018 AVMA Convention in...

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Challenges in Feline Cardiology

Challenges in Feline Cardiology   HEART DISEASE IN CATS Heart disease is highly prevalent in cats, with multiple studies confirming...

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Case presentation: Interventional Procedures

We as veterinary cardiologists have the ability to perform several types of interventional procedures.  The more commonly performed procedures include...

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Oral epitheliotropic lymphoma: An uncommon presentation of a common disease

A 9-year-old female spayed Welsh Corgi was presented to the Hope Oncology Service for evaluation and discussion of treatment options...

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We need to talk about Feline Injection Site Sarcomas!

We need to talk about Feline Injection Site Sarcomas. I will call them FISS from now on. No one really...

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A Diagnostic Approach to Food Allergy

Food allergy patients are very challenging to diagnose but are very rewarding to treat. Once the offending allergens that cause...

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Scapular tumors: A case report and review of the literature

Scapular tumors are most commonly treated with full forelimb amputation, not necessarily because it is needed to obtain complete margins...

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How to safely give chemotherapy in veterinary medicine | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Blog

Check out Dr. Kristin Kicenuik’s guest blog post on Vet Girl Education Blog! How to safely give chemotherapy in veterinary...

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Yappy Hour

Join the Hope VS Specialists at Locust Lane Brewery for an evening of brews with your pooch! *Free tastings or...

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Canine Osteosarcoma: Case Report Demonstrating the Integration of Acupuncture with Traditional Cancer Treatment

Gus, a 10-year old, castrated male, Rottweiler mix, presented to the Oncology Service at Hope Veterinary Specialists for consultation for...

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