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Journal January 2013 (Vol 34, No 1)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Degenerative Joint Disease in Cats

1. DJD can affect adult cats
2. Cats with DJD may exhibit nonspecific signs such as
3. Cat owners should be regularly questioned about age-related joint pain when their cats become ___ years of age.
4. One of the most important components of reducing DJD-associated pain in cats is
5. DMOADs are used to
6. Complementary treatments for feline DJD may include
7. Which question can reveal possible clinical signs of DJD when obtaining the history of an adult cat?
8. Physical examinations for diagnosing joint pain in cats can be hampered by
9. Ingredients in oral joint supplements that may improve signs of joint discomfort in cats include
10. The best treatment plan for cats with DJD is most likely
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