ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Journal of the South African Veterinary Association (JSAVA), is a contemporary multi-disciplinary scientific mouthpiece for Veterinary Science in South African and abroad. It provides veterinarians in South Africa and elsewhere in the world with current scientific information across the full spectrum of veterinary science, diseases or other conditions that are endemic in, or particularly relevant to sub-Saharan Africa. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Case Report

 
Hepatogenous photosensitisation in cows grazing turnips (Brassica rapa) in South Africa  
Anthony J. Davis, Mark G. Collett, Johan C.A. Steyl, Jan G. Myburgh
06 May 2021

Original Research

 
Detection and analysis of tick-borne infections in communal dogs of northwest Zimbabwe  
Melissa A. Kennedy, Riley E. Thompson, Anna McRee Bakker, Canny Fung, Jessica Dawson, Roger Parry, Chris Foggin, Agricola Odoi
29 April 2021

Original Research

 
A comparative study between high-definition volumetric imaging computed tomography and multi-slice computed tomography in the detection of acute thoraco-lumbar disc extrusions in dogs  
Ross C. Elliott, Chad F. Berman, Remo G. Lobetti
11 March 2021

Original Research

 
Unilateral salpingectomy in Sprague Dawley rats and its effect on litter size  
Elizabeth G. Bester, Martin Schulman, Robert M. Kirberger, Marthinus Hartman
28 January 2021

Case Report

 
Transoesophageal echocardiography-guided hybrid balloon valvuloplasty for severe pulmonic stenosis in small dogs  
Akiko Uemura, Goya Seijirow, Ryou Tanaka, Meriç Kocaturk, Zeki Yilmaz
25 January 2021

Table of Contents

 
Table of Contents Vol 91 (2020)  
Editorial Office
23 December 2020

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
22 December 2020

Original Research

 
Short-term clinical outcomes of 220 dogs with thoraco-lumbar disc disease treated by mini-hemilaminectomy  
Ross C. Elliott, Chantel Moon, Gareth Zeiler, Remo Lobetti
21 December 2020

Original Research

 
Molecular screening indicates high prevalence and mixed infections of Hepatozoon parasites in wild felines from South Africa  
David J. Harris, Dimitra Sergiadou, Ali Halajian, Lourens Swanepoel, Francois Roux
30 November 2020

Original Research

 
Antimicrobial resistance patterns of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from canine clinical cases at a veterinary academic hospital in South Africa  
Ulemu L. Eliasi, Dikeledi Sebola, James W. Oguttu, Daniel N. Qekwana
22 September 2020
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