Advances in Intervertebral Disc Disease in Dogs and Cats: Fingeroth/Advances in Intervertebral Disc Disease in Dogs and Cats

Published on Jan 29, 2015
· DOI :10.1002/9781118940372
James M. Fingeroth2
Estimated H-index: 2
William B. Thomas16
Estimated H-index: 16
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AbstractChronic pain can be found in all mammals that have a nociceptive pathway. It is defined as pain that extends beyond the normal time of healing. This article deals with chronic pain that affects canine patients. Chronic pain and depression have both been shown to occur in mammals. Chronic pain can be divided into inflammatory pain, non-osteoarthritis–non-malignant pain and cancer pain. The pet owner is key in the recognition of chronic pain in dogs. There are validated chronic pain scales...
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