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Happy New Year from Everyone at MiraVista Veterinary Diagnostics

Happy New Year from Everyone at MiraVista Veterinary Diagnostics

Everyone at MiraVista Veterinary Diagnostics wishes you a Happy New Year! We hope you had a wonderful holiday season and you're just as excited to kickoff 2019 as we are!
Antibody Testing Can Differentiate Histoplasmosis from Blastomycosis.

Antibody Testing Can Differentiate Histoplasmosis from Blastomycosis.

A 6-year-old Labrador retriever from Kentucky presented with sudden onset of coughing, lethargy and inappetence. Thoracic radiographs revealed diffuse nodular interstitial pulmonary infiltrates and tracheobronchial lymphadenopathy, suggestive of a systemic mycosis. The veterinarian submitted urine for both Blastomyces and Histoplasma antigen tests, with results of 4.5 ng/mL and 6.8 ng/mL, respectively. QUESTION: What diagnostic tests...
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MiraVista Veterinary Fungal Diagnostic Tests

MiraVista Veterinary Fungal Diagnostic Tests

Janelle S. Renschler, DVM, PhD, Dipl ACVP and Lawrence Joseph Wheat, MD We receive many calls from veterinarians across the U.S. and Canada requesting assistance in diagnosing or monitoring fungal infections in dogs and cats. The systemic mycoses often occur in localized areas (“hyperendemic” regions); therefore, a few vets see many fungal cases, but most...
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ALERT: Severe Winter Weather May Delay Deliveries to MiraVista

ALERT: Severe Winter Weather May Delay Deliveries to MiraVista

Extreme winter weather conditions could impact deliveries to MiraVista Veterinary Diagnostics in Indianapolis, Indiana. Please check directly with your shipping carrier for alerts about service interruptions or delays that could impact your shipments to our lab.
MiraVista Sponsors Veterinary Continuing Education Seminar in Milwaukee

MiraVista Sponsors Veterinary Continuing Education Seminar in Milwaukee

MiraVista is sponsoring a veterinary continuing education seminar in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 27, 2018. The topic is Getting the Most from Your Lab Work. Attendees can earn 1.5 hours of CE credit through the Milwaukee Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA).
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