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Case Study: A Case of Dioctophymiasis in a Young Black Labrador Retriever February 07, 2024

Maverick, a nine-month-old black Labrador retriever, was presented to the MSU Veterinary Medical Center’s Primary Care service for further workup for a suspected giant kidney worm (Dioctophyme renale) infection.

Case study: A broken leg is not always the end for horses October 20, 2023

Percy, a 3-month-old American Paint Horse colt, was presented to the Large Animal Emergency Service at the MSU Veterinary Medical Center with his mare for severe, acute left forelimb lameness. Here's how a Spartan surgeon addressed his injury.

Severe PPDH Repair in an English Springer Spaniel May 15, 2023

Dom, a 1.5-year-old English Springer Spaniel, presented to the MSU Veterinary Medical Center’s Soft Tissue Surgery Service for a previously diagnosed diaphragmatic hernia.

Investigating Heart Troubles in a Young Red Panda April 27, 2023

After the discovery of a heart murmur, a red panda was brought to MSU for a full cardiac workup at the Veterinary Medical Center's Cardiology Service.

Injured GSD undergoes minimally invasive tibial fracture repair December 15, 2022 ​Max, an 8-week-old German Shepherd, presented to the MSU Veterinary Medical Center after being accidentally stepped on while playing with an 80-pound dog at home.
Rouby’s Legacy Lives on, Healthy Foal and Success with Nurse Mare August 09, 2022

Rouby, an 18-year-old Oldenburg multiparous broodmare, was presented to Michigan State University’s Equine Emergency Service for dystocia that was unable to be resolved on the farm. She was two weeks overdue with her foal.

Stabilization and Long-term Management of Cardiac Hemangiosarcoma in Canine August 09, 2022

Annie is a 9.5-year-old female spayed Labrador mix who was presented to Michigan State University Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Service for lethargy and possible gastrointestinal obstruction.

No Stone Left Unturned: Cystoscopic-Assisted Laser Lithotripsy for Canine’s Chronic Bladder Stones By Andrzej Ogrodny on May 18, 2022

Riley is a 7-year-old female spayed mix breed dog who was presented to the Michigan State University Internal Medicine Service in December of 2021 for evaluation of recurrent bladder stones and for discussion of laser lithotripsy.

A Unique Presentation of Equine Dystocia at MSU By Julie Strachota, Ashley VanderBroek on January 11, 2022

Cookie, a 12-year-old Saddlebred mare, was presented to Michigan State University Veterinary Medical Center’s Large Animal Emergency Service for colic and possible abortion.

Kitten vs. Hanger: MSU Veterinary Surgeons to the Rescue By Maureen Spinner, Brea Sandness Rose on January 11, 2022

Coraline is a 6-month-old intact female domestic short hair feline who presented to Michigan State University Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Service (ECCM) following an incident where a clothes hanger was stuck in her mouth.

The Case of the Missing Testicle—MSU Equine Surgeons are on the Hunt! By Ashley VanderBroek on August 11, 2021

Strong Impulse (Jack), a seven-month-old homebred Quarter Horse colt, was presented to the MSU Equine Surgery Service in September 2020 for laparoscopic (minimally invasive) cryptorchidectomy (removal of a non-descended testicle).

Spartans Will Develop a Novel Approach to Treating Chronic Rhinitis in Felines By Stephan Carey, Leanne Magestro on May 13, 2021

Dumbledore is a 10-year-old neutered male Oriental Shorthair who was presented to the Michigan State University Radiation Oncology Service in January of 2020 for evaluation of anisocoria.