CANINE lower respiratory tract disease can present a considerable diagnostic challenge to the veterinary practitioner and the choice of diagnostic procedures may seem daunting. The initial approach to a dog with suspected lower respiratory tract disease involves taking a complete history, performing a clinical examination and obtaining thoracic radiographs. Armed with the information this provides, the veterinarian can then make a more informed decision as to which further diagnostic procedures are warranted.
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