I can't believe that just happened: Exam room follies, practice missteps and other blunders from the clinic (page 2)

I can't believe that just happened: Exam room follies, practice missteps and other blunders from the clinic (page 2)

Think you've heard it all? Come along as our experts recount the weird, the hilarious, and the just plain wrong.
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Sep 16, 2010
By dvm360.com staff
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Surgeons have to think on the fly, adapt to changing circumstances, react to what they find ... or don't find. Dr. Melissa Bain, DACVB, of the University of California-Davis, explains a spay procedure that became a wild goose chase.

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An elusive pooch and an ICU "oops"
In search of ovaries: A surgical "oops"
Wardrobe malfunction at the paws of a pet
Anal misdiagnosis
A feline identity crisis
A revealing appointment
A very nervous pooch
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