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Drs. Palmer and Rawlinson review a CT Scan

 Jennifer Rawlinson, head of dentistry and oral surgery, and Ross Palmer, orthopaedic surgeon, review a CT scan from a patient at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

Department of Clinical Sciences

  • shine, miniature horse, ortho pets
    A miniature horse named Shine has a new spring in his step after receiving a rare prosthetic hoof at our Veterinary Teaching Hospital. The little horse had amputation surgery to remove a mangled rear hoof, then received a device that allows him to walk – and even trot!​​
  • continuing education
    Learn more about ​CVMBS' exciting continuing education opportunitites.
  • cat, pet health, heartworm
    Dogs, cats and ferrets are at risk of contracting heartworm, a parasite spread by mosquitoes that infects the lungs and heart. This Pet Health column explains how to identify, prevent and treat the potentially fatal disease.​​
  • steve withrow, founders day
    Dr. Steve Withrow, a pioneer in veterinary oncology, received a CSU Founders Day medal last month and recalled the beginnings of the university’s marquee program in animal cancer treatment and comparative oncology.​​
  • mini, jessica quimby, feline kidney disease
    Dr. Jessica Quimby is doggedly pursuing feline chronic kidney disease, a common and incurable ailment that strikes older pet cats. She studies use of stem cells and appetite stimulants to help cats with kidney disease feel better and live longer.


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