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Clinical Management of Chronic Cough

Clinical Management of Chronic Cough

Clinical Management of Chronic Cough

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Clinical Management of Chronic Cough

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Cough in the dog can be related to infectious or inflammatory airway disease. A full diagnostic work-up includes laboratory assessment and thoracic radiographs. Airway sampling through tracheal wash or endoscopy will assist in determining the etiologic diagnosis.

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Learn and understand working up infectious or inflammatory airway diseases.
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