DOI: 10.1111/vec.13172
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Abstract: Background: Subcutaneous emphysema (SCE) is a common occurrence in emergency veterinary practice, but published information regarding treatment and management strategies is lacking. This study examined trends in diagnostic and treatment recommendations. Study design:An internet-based survey with cross-sectional analysis. There were 129 respondents: board-certified and nonboard-certified veterinarians in private practice and university settings.Key findings: Significant differences in the choice of diagnostics … Show more

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