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CONTINUING EDUCATION todaysveterinarypractice.com SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018 39 References 1. Buffington CAT, Westropp JL, Chew DJ, Bolus RR. Clinical evaluation of multimodal environmental modification in the management of cats with lower urinary tract signs. J Feline Med Surg 2006;8:261-268. 2. Buffington CA. Idiopathic cystitis in domestic cats–beyond the lower urinary tract. J Vet Intern Med 2011;25:784-796. 3. Stella JL, Lord LK, Buffington CA. Sickness behaviors in response to unusual external events in healthy cats and cats with feline interstitial cystitis. J AVMA 2011;238:67-73. 4. Buffington CA, Rogers QR, Morris JG, Cook NE. Feline struvite urolithiasis: magnesium effect depends on urinary pH. Feline Pract 1985;15:29-33. 5. Osbaldiston GW, Taussig RA. Clinical report on 46 cases of feline urological syndrome. Vet Med/Small Anim Clin 1970;65:461-468. 6. Osborne CA, Johnston GR, Polzin DJ, et al. 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Tony Buffington Dr. Tony Buffington is an emeritus professor at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and clinical professor (volunteer) at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. He received BS, MS and PhD degrees in nutrition and the DVM degree from UC Davis. His clinical interests include environmental effects on disease, obesity, evidence-based medicine, and effective medical communications. His research has documented the effects of environmental stressors on disease in cats, and the effectiveness of environmental enrichment in mitigating them to promote recovery. Dr. Buffington has published 130 scientific papers, 30 book chapters, and 3 books.

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