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OBJECTIVES To describe the development of a facial expression tool differentiating pain-free cats from those in acute pain. METHODS Observers shown facial images from painful and pain-free cats were asked to identify if they were in pain or not. From facial images, anatomical landmarks were identified and distances between these were mapped. Selected(More)
Veterinary surgeons in the UK were invited to complete an internet survey concerning their attitudes to chronic pain in dogs. UK veterinary surgeons numbering 215 completed surveys in full along with 48 worldwide specialists in anaesthesia and 37 worldwide specialists in oncology. Osteoarthritis, dental and aural disease, vertebral and spinal cord(More)
  • Ohio M Dayton, Ross Gerlene, +8 authors Executive Summary
  • 2005
(HURTC) provided oversight and she, along with members of her staff (Mr. Lenn Isidore, Ms. Gisele Richard, and Ms. Maima McQueen), provided critical review and substantive and technical editing of this publication. for their critical review and scientific input in the development of this document. for Access to Rehabilitation and Empowerment Opportunity.(More)
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