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Dr. Davenport's present address is Compassion Animal Hospital, 11088 Marsh Rd, Bealeton, VA 22712.
Dr. Hodshon's present address is Maine Veterinary Medical Center, 1500 Technology Way, Scarborough, ME 04074.
Dr. LoBato's present address is Tulane National Primate Research Center, 18703 Three Rivers Rd, Covington, LA 70433.
Dr. Davenport was a fourth-year veterinary student when this case report was submitted.