Paper of the Month - December, 2014

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Comparison of carprofen and tramadol for postoperative analgesia in dogs undergoing enucleation.

Delgado C, Bentley E, Hetzel S et al.
Enucleation is a common ophthalmic surgical procedure in both general and specialist veterinary practice. Common indications in dogs include intractably painful eye secondary to glaucoma, corneal rupture, and other such causes.


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