Published Articles and Papers

//Published Articles and Papers
Published Articles and Papers 2019-07-18T18:31:29+00:00

Below are published articles and papers from our veterinarians:

Internal Medicine | Surgery | Cardiology
Dermatology | Imaging and Radiology | Oncology | Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

Internal Medicine

Dr. Adam Mordecai

  • Mordecai A, Sellon RK, Mealey KL. Normal dogs treated with famotidine for 14 days have only transient increases in serum gastrin concentrations. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2011 Nov-Dec; 25(6):1248-52
  • Mordecai A, Sellon RK. Rational Use of Glucocorticoids in Infectious Diseases In: BonaguraJ. Kirk’s Current Veterinary Therapy XIV 2011; 1230-1233
  • Mordecai A, Sellon RK. Effects of H2 Blockers and Proton Pump Inhibitors on SerumGastrin Levels, 2011
  • Mordecai A, Hofstede T, Liptak JM, Stalker M, Kruth S. Prostatic Abscess in a Neutered Cat. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association. 2008 Mar-Apr; 44(2): 90-4
  • Mordecai A, Sellon RK. Hydronephrosis In: Côté E. Clinical Veterinary Advisor Dogs and Cats: Mosby, 2011;547-548.
  • Mordecai A, Sellon RK. Nephrolithiasis In: Côté E. Clinical Veterinary Advisor Dogs and Cats: Mosby, 2011;760-761.
  • Mordecai A, Sellon RK. Renal Dysplasia In: Côté E. Clinical Veterinary Advisor Dogs and Cats: Mosby, 2011;972-974.
  • Mordecai A, Sellon RK. Ureteral Obstruction In: Côté E. Clinical Veterinary Advisor Dogs and Cats: Mosby, 2011;1129-1131.
  • Mordecai A, Spencer E, Sellon RK. Coinfection with Multiple Tick-Borne Pathogens. Veterinary Medicine Supp 2006:6-16.
  • Mordecai, A, Bain PJ, Latimer K. Blastomycosis In Dogs and Cats: Department of Pathology The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, 2003.

Dr. Robert Armentano

  • Disseminated Westerdykella species infection in a German Shepherd Dog. University of Florida, Small Animal Hospital. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 242(3) 2013, 381-387.
  • Associations between granulomatous colitis in French Bulldogs and invasive Escherichia coli and response to fluoroquinolone antimicrobials. University of Florida, Small Animal Hospital. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 27(1) 2013, 56-61.
  • Thromboelastographic evaluatin of hemostatic function in dogs with crotalid snakeenvenomation. University of Florida, Small Animal Hospital, Manuscript accepted to Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, December 2012.
  • Overview and controversies in the medical management of pit viper envenomation in the dog. University of Florida, Small Animal Hospital. Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 21(5) 2011, 461-470.
  • ECG of the Month, University of Florida, Small Animal Hospital, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association,  236(1) 2010, 51-53.


DrDavid Brdecka

  • Brdecka D, Rawlings C, Perry A, Anderson J. Use of an electrothermal, feedback-controlled, bipolar sealing device for resection of the elongated portion of the soft palate in dogs with obstructive upper airway disease. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2008; 233 (8): 1265-9
  • Brdecka D, Rawlings C, Howerth E, Cornell K, Stiffler K. A Histopathological Comparison of Two Techniques for Soft Palate Resection in Normal Dogs. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2007; 43 (1): 39-44
  • Brdecka DJ, Adin CA, Boudreaux MK, Crawford PC, Randall SR. Successful Ovariectomy In A Dog With Glanzmann Thrombasthenia. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2004; 224 (11): 1796-8

Dr. India Wood

  • Evaluation of Femoral Head Damage During Canine Total Hip Replacement. A Comparison of Four Reduction Techniques
  • Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol. August 2003:16(3):184-190 Refs I. Wood1, H. Powell, A.Kohm, J.J. Lannutti, J. Dyce
  • Dept of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Veterinary Hospital, The Ohio State University, 601 Vernon Tharp St. Columbus, OH 43210, USA

Dr. Mitch Robbins


  • Robbins MA, Mullen HS En Bloc Ovariohysterectomy as a Treatment for Dystocia in Dogs and Cats Veterinary Surgery 23[1]:48-52.
  • Robbins MA, Bright JM ECG of the month J Am Vet Med Assoc 196[11] : 1786-1787 Jun 1’90.
  • Robbins MA, Matthiessen D Nonambulatory Tetraparesis in Dogs with Caudal CervicalSpondylomyelopathy- Results of Surgical Treatment Submitted for publication
  • Robbins MA, Reproductive Oncology in Slater ed. Textbook of Small Anmial Surgery 3rdedition.
  • Robbins MA, Disease of the Mammary Gland in Bojrab ed. Disease Mechanisms in Small Animal Surgery 3rd edition.

Dr. Karen Kuhl

Original Papers

  • Kuhl KA: Make Your Diagnosis: Progressive nonseasonal pruritus in a young dog. Clinician’s Brief. May 2010.
  • Kuhl KA: Practical Matters: Control recurrent pyoderma by determining its cause. Veterinary Medicine. February 2006.
  • Kuhl KA: Disorders of Keratinization. In: Small Animal Dermatology Secrets, ed. CampbellKL. Philadelphia, PA, Hanley & Belfus, 2004, 91-99.
  • Kuhl KA: Uncovering immune-mediated, autoimmune skin diseases. DVM Practice Builder. June 2001.
  • Kuhl KA: Papulonodular skin disorders, Fleas and flea control, Acral lick dermatitis, Cutaneous vasculitis and Ear mites. In: The 5 Minute Veterinary Consult, eds. Tilley LP and Smith FW. 2000,2002,2005.
  • Kuhl KA: Many manifestations of hyperadrenocorticism. DVM Practice Builder. May 2000.
  • Kuhl KA: Newly reported skin diseases. Veterinary Medicine. November 1996.
  • Kuhl KA: Preventing and treating fleas and ticks. In: Skin and Coat Care For Your Dog,ed. Ackerman LJ. Neptune City, NJ, T.F.H. Publications, Inc., 1995, 39-52.
  • Kuhl KA: Mites and related diseases of cats. Veterinary Medicine. December 1994.
  • Kuhl KA, Shofer FS, Goldschmidt MH: Comparative histopathology of pemphigus foliaceusand superficial folliculitis in the dog. Veterinary Pathology 31:19-27 (1994).
  • Medleau L, Kuhl KA: Dealing with chronic recurring dermatophytosis: Case illustrations. Veterinary Medicine. November 1992.


  • Kuhl KA, Shofer FS, Goldschmidt MH: A comparative study of the histopathologic features of pemphigus foliaceus and superficial folliculitis in the dog. (Presented at the American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology annual meeting, Phoenix, 1991 and presented at the American College of Veterinary Pathologists Annual Meeting, Orlando, 1991).

Imaging and Radiology

Dr. Hylton Gelb

  • Gelb H, Freeman L, Rohleder J, Snyder P. Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging andBIopsy of Sentinel Lymph Nodes: Feasibility Study in Dogs. Abstract presented at American College of Veterinary Radiology Annual Scientific Conference, Memphis TN, 2009. Published in Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound, Vol. 51, p. 628-633, 2010.
  • Manashirova M, Pressler B, Gelb H, Heng H, Lenz S, Ochoa-Acuna H, Freeman L. Pilot Evaluation of a Vacuum-Assisted Biopsy Instrument for Percutaneous Renal Biopsy in Dogs. Published in Journal of the American Hospital Association, Vol. 47, p. 391-398, 2010.
  •  Childress M, Burgess R, Holland C, Gelb H. Consequences of Intratumoral Injection of a Herbal Preparation Containing Blood Root (Sanguinaria Canadensis) Extract in Two Dogs. Published in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol. 239, p. 374-379, 2011.
  • Connolly S, Frank C, Thompson C, Van Alstine W, Gelb H, Heng HG, Klosterman E, KiupelM, Grooters A. Dual Infection With Pythium Insidiosum and Blastomyces Dermatitidis in a Dog. Published in Veterinary Clinical Pathology, Vol. 41, p. 419-423, 2012.


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