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Volume 2, Issue 1 - Spring 2003

K-State's Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital

Contents

Introduction

Veterinary teaching hospital provides important resource to area

Equine/Large Animal

K-State veterinarians care for horses with West Nile virus

Veterinarian tests horse inhaler at K-State

Some large animal veterinarians bring the hospital to their patients

Small Animal

K-State veterinarians use various technology and procedures to help sick and hurt pets

Blood donating dogs and cats save lives at K-State

Specialists and Technology

K-State veterinarian uses acupuncture to treat array of animal ills

K-State adds cardiologist to its lineup of specialists

Radiology suite at K-State features MRI and CT scanner

Cancer doesn't just affect humans: Oncologists at K-State help afflicted animals

Ophthalmologists work to keep animals functioning

Exotic Animal Care

K-State and area zoos partner up

Learning how to care for exotic animals

Pet Health Center

Veterinarians offer senior pet care program to aid aging animals

Clients

K-State veterinarians provide the care, while the Wildcat Express provides the transportation

For one animal at the hospital, treatment is a multi-step process

 

All photos by Dave Adams, photographer for the Instructional Technology Center in the College of Veterinary Medicine


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