Spay Ovariectomy Ovariohysterectomy Synonymous Fix Neuter (a term generally […]


Definition A progressive, malignant, cancer marked by distorted proliferation […]


Definition Burns are injuries to tissues as a result […]


(carprofen) Brand RIMADYL, NOVOX Availability Caplets: 25 mg, 75 […]


Definition Malignant neoplasm that arises in lymphoid cells. Lymphoma […]

CAR bacillus

Filobacterium rodentium (formerly CAR Bacillus, Cilia-associated Respiratory Bacillus) Definition […]

Mast Cell Tumor

(Mastocytoma) Definition A local aggregation of mast cells in […]


Definition A break in the continuity of bone. Clinical […]


Definition Inflammation or infection of the uveal tract of […]


Definition An infection and inflammatory process of the bronchioles, […]


Definition Tumor synonymous with neoplasm, is new abnormal growth […]


Definition Any pus forming infection of the skin. Classification […]

Otitis Externa

Definition Ot=ear + itis=inflammation. Externa= Of the external ear […]


(meloxicam) Brands Metacam, Mobic Availability Tablets: 7.5 mg and […]


(tylosin) Brands Veterinary: Tylan, Elanco Veterinary Availability: Capsules: 100 […]


(cefadroxil) Brands Veterinary: Cefa Tabs, Cefa-Drops Veterinary Availability: Cefa-Drops: […]


Definition Any parasite that lives in and derives nutrition […]

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