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Dr. Hanley's present address is Toledo Zoo, PO Box 140130, Toledo, OH 43614

Dr. Ballegeer's present address is Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging of Texas, 115 E Old Settlers Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78664.

Ms. Dallwig was a third-year veterinary student at the time of manuscript submission.

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