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RVC Research Online compiles the research outputs of academics and clinical staff from the Royal Veterinary College.
The aim of the repository is to: provide a long-term home for research outputs from the College; supply access to full-text versions of these outputs; support the practice of open science across the entire range of the College's research activity; and, increase the impact and reach of the College's research.



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Conservative management of a fracture of the greater trochanter of the femur in an adult horse (2024)
Journal Article
Peeters, M., Wallace, A., Chesworth, M., Berner, D., & Fiske-Jackson, A. (2024). Conservative management of a fracture of the greater trochanter of the femur in an adult horse. Equine Veterinary Education, https://doi.org/10.1111/eve.13949

An 8-year-old Warmblood cross mare was presented for further investigation of an acute-onset lameness of the right hindlimb. Three weeks prior to presentation, the horse was found markedly lame at walk following a fall during exercise. The horse was... Read More about Conservative management of a fracture of the greater trochanter of the femur in an adult horse.

Clinical and diagnostic features of a paraprostatic cyst of a true uterus masculinus in a male cat presented with tenesmus (2024)
Journal Article
Doeven, L., Yaffy, D., Jones, C., & Rossanese, M. (2024). Clinical and diagnostic features of a paraprostatic cyst of a true uterus masculinus in a male cat presented with tenesmus. Vet Record Case Reports, https://doi.org/10.1002/vrc2.807

A 5-year 11-month-old, male, neutered, Bengal cross cat was examined for a 5-week history of tenesmus. Positive contrast urethrocystography and computed tomography scan demonstrated a fluid-filled structure occupying the pelvic canal. Midline coeliot... Read More about Clinical and diagnostic features of a paraprostatic cyst of a true uterus masculinus in a male cat presented with tenesmus.

Detection of nephrocalcinosis using ultrasonography, micro-computed tomography, and histopathology in cats (2024)
Journal Article
Tang, P., Geddes, R., Chang, Y., Jepson, R., van den Broek, D., Lötter, N., & Elliott, J. (2024). Detection of nephrocalcinosis using ultrasonography, micro-computed tomography, and histopathology in cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1111/jvim.17011

BackgroundIdentification of nephrocalcinosis in cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD) is of clinical interest but the ability of ultrasonography to detect nephrocalcinosis is uncertain.ObjectivesTo compare ultrasonography, micro-computed tomography... Read More about Detection of nephrocalcinosis using ultrasonography, micro-computed tomography, and histopathology in cats.

Equine Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Tenocytes are Insensitive to a Combination of Inflammatory Cytokines and Have Distinct Molecular Responses Compared to Primary Tenocytes (0000)
Journal Article
Smith, E. J., Beaumont, R. E., Dudhia, J., & Guest, D. J. (0000). Equine Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Tenocytes are Insensitive to a Combination of Inflammatory Cytokines and Have Distinct Molecular Responses Compared to Primary Tenocytes. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12015-024-10693-8

Tissue fibrosis following tendon injury is a major clinical problem due to the increased risk of re-injury and limited treatment options; however, its mechanism remains unclear. Evidence suggests that insufficient resolution of inflammation contribut... Read More about Equine Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Tenocytes are Insensitive to a Combination of Inflammatory Cytokines and Have Distinct Molecular Responses Compared to Primary Tenocytes.