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The AVMA publishes two peer-reviewed, scientific journals: the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Journal of Veterinary Research. Published twice monthly, the JAVMA provides reports of clinical research, feature articles, and regular columns of interest to veterinarians in private and public practice. News stories from each issue of JAVMA are posted online 10 days to two weeks before the cover date of each issue. The AJVR is published monthly and contains reports of novel research that bridges the gap between basic research and clinical practice in veterinary medicine and associated biological sciences, along with news of interest to veterinary researchers.

Current issue of JAVMA

JAVMA Cover - December 15, 2019

Investigation of the effects of a practice-level communication training program
A look at the effects of a practice-level communication training program

Partial vertical ear canal resection in two cats
This study shows a promising alternative to complete vertical ear canal resection for cats with obstructive skin lesions.

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Current issue of AJVR

AJVR Cover - December 2019

Ex vivo evaluation of arytenoid corniculectomy performed on cadaveric equine larynges with simulated recurrent laryngeal neuropathy
Arytenoid coniculectomy might be a viable treatment for recurrent laryngeal neuropathy in horses, but further research is necessary before it is recommended for clinical practice.

Assessment of a commercially available veterinary blood pressure device used on awake and anesthetized dogs
Clinical use of a commercially available oscillometric device is not recommended for blood pressure monitoring in dogs after the device failed to meet validation criteria.

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Most-read news stories

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Relief practice not just a temporary gig
State authorities see disease risk in imported dogs
Veterinary workers continue unionization efforts
Obituaries
Study links skin allergies in dogs to problem behaviors
Second New York veterinary college moves forward with COE approval
Is it ethical to keep animals in zoos?
The dangerous dog debate
Four flea, tick products linked to seizures, ataxia


Most-read scientific articles

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Diet-associated dilated cardiomyopathy in dogs: what do we know?
Demographics, measures of professional achievement, and gender differences for diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2015
Nutrition and the aging brain of dogs and cats
Rabies surveillance in the United States during 2017
The intersection of personal and professional lives for male and female diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2015
Randomized blinded controlled clinical trial to assess the effect of oral cannabidiol administration in addition to conventional antiepileptic treatment on seizure frequency in dogs with intractable idiopathic epilepsy
Current knowledge about the risks and benefits of raw meat–based diets for dogs and cats
In defense of zoos and aquariums: the ethical basis for keeping wild animals in captivity
Neurologic and magnetic resonance imaging features of German Shepherd Dogs with cervical spondylomyelopathy: 10 cases (2006-2018)