In this issue – July 2012 : Tracheal aspiration and bronchoalveolar lavage in horses · Atypical case of Murray Valley encephalitis virus in a horse · Hinged circular fixator constructs for crural deformities · Gingival maxilliary squamous cell carcinoma in a dog · Scarlet pimpernel poisoning in cattle · Molybdenum deficiency may predispose to Tribulus staggers in sheep · Ureaplasma diversum in Australia · Fatal acute necrotising ventriculitis in a parrot
Effects of collecting serial tracheal aspirate and bronchoalveolar lavage samples on the cytological findings of subsequent fluid samples in healthy Standardbred horses
Murray Valley encephalomyelitis in a horse
Equine Reproduction.
Use of hinged circular fixator constructs for the correction of crural deformities in three dogs
Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders in small animal practice.
Neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy and surgery as treatment for oral maxillary squamous cell carcinoma in a dog
Suspected poisoning of cattle by scarlet pimpernel ( Lysimachia arvensis L.)
Ron Hyne : 1926–2012
Motor neurone disease in molybdenum-deficient sheep fed the endogenous purine xanthosine: possible mechanism for Tribulus staggers
Polymerase chain reaction for detection of Ureaplasma diversum from urogenital swabs in cattle in Australia
Necrotising ventriculitis due to combined infection with Rhizopus microsporus var. chinensis and Candida krusei in an eclectus parrot ( Eclectus roratus )
How to feed nine billion people and maintain animal welfare - an increasing challenge
Food production in the future - the Webster way
Can the AVA speak with a single voice?
Meetings and Board movements
Emergency Animal Diseases Bulletin Edwardsiella ictaluri - a significant pathogen of fish
Accolades abound in Canberra with the AVA awards
What's best for bugs - getting more out of the rabbit consult
Research funding to combat Hendra virus
Re: Supervision of animals in your care
Response to Colin Davey