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Kelsey G. Bailey DVM, Tiffany A. Peterson DVM, Eric Storey DVM, MVSc, Nathalie Rademacher Dr med vet, Daniel B. Paulsen DVM, PhD, and Ingeborg M. Langohr DVM, PhD
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  • from the Veterinary Teaching Hospital (Bailey) and Departments of Pathological Sciences (Peterson, Paulsen, Langohr) and Veterinary Clinical Sciences (Storey, Rademacher), School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803.

Contributor Notes

Address correspondence to Dr. Langohr (ilangohr@lsu.edu).

Deceased.