Zuku Top Topics BCSE

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Colic just means “abdominal pain.” Click here to see the stretching posture of a colicky horse.

It can involve the stomach, the small intestine (SI), the large colon (LC), or the small colon.

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Smartphones can be a major distraction, but 84% of people worldwide claim they cannot go a single day without a mobile electronic smart device.

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Fast learning with flash cards and cramming often results in fast forgetting.

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“When you hear paws in the exam room, think dog – not Tasmanian tiger-dog!”- Laura Cousins, DVM, MS, DACVIM.

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This will not only prepare you for NAVLE® success, but get you ready for your first day of practice.

Effective Study Strategies for Big Tests and Boards
Motivate:
Use your boards prep to tune up on topics you want to know for clinics.

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If horses aren’t your cup of tea, this 4-part series on the top 20 equine conditions to know for NAVLE® is just for you.

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Remember, when you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras (unless you’re in Botswana!).

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Bovine questions make up 13% of the NAVLE® so it’s well worth spending some quality time learning the major diseases.

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This 4-part series on the top 20 bovine conditions will set you up for NAVLE® success.

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This list of the top 20 feline conditions is the purrfect preparation for NAVLE® success!

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Take a bite out of the first 5 of the top 10 reptile diseases!

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Over 5 million turtles, snakes, lizards, & other reptiles were pets in the U.S. in 2011.

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Feeling chicken about Boards?

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Only 6 poultry Qs on NAVLE® count! (2%)

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You need more than shear luck to pass the boards.


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Get "sheep shape" with Zuku's small ruminant review!