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Small Animal Internal Medicine

Small Animal Internal Medicine Clinics. Here at A&M, the third year of vet school is where we get our first "official" view of the small and large animal hospitals.  We're on 4-week rotational blocks, four blocks per semester, and in one of those blocks per semester we'll spend one day of the week on the clinical floor.  So, for this current block I've been spending my Wednesdays in the hospitals - observing, helping, trying to learn as much as possible, and having a lot of fun in the process. Last week, I was on Small Animal Internal Medicine.  The service had very few patients in the hospital this morning, so after the fourth year students were done with their morning treatments we met back in the rounds room with our lead clinician.  It was quiz time.  Dr. Zoran put up two imaginary cases on the whiteboard - two cats, one who had suddenly presented for panting, one with a two-week history of coughing, and gave us 20 minutes to come up with ... (Read More)