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amniotic fluid in 2 calves. One calf had mild interstitial pneumonia and acute severe necrotizing gastritis involving the forestomach and abomasum; 1 calf had acute mild purulent bronchitis; 1 calf had severe purulent catarrhal bronchopneumonia and severe

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with upper gastrointestinal signs, alternative diagnoses such as gastroesophageal reflux disease secondary to gastritis or general anesthesia may be more likely. 17 For one ferret of the present report (ferret 1), an esophageal foreign body was

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associated with the use of apomorphine in cats 20 and risk for aspiration as well as development of hemorrhagic gastritis associated with the use of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 21 alternative emetics for administration to cats should be explored. Anecdotal

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histamine type 2 (H 2 )-receptor antagonists to ameliorate the effects of gastritis, and treatment with phosphate binders if hyperphosphatemia develops. 8 In patients with moderate to severe anemia, synthetic erythropoietin can be administered to stimulate

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membranes and alveolar and interstitial edema but no evidence of aspiration of mineral oil or charcoal, moderate lymphoplasmacytic tracheitis and gastritis, moderate eosinophilic and lymphoplasmacytic colitis, and mesenteric caseous lymphadenitis. Histologic

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in the immediate postoperative period and why the signs resolved with short-term medical management. Other factors that could contribute to continued vomiting after surgery are gastritis and lymphoplasmacytic enteritis (identified in 5 dogs of the

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; 17 : 311 – 314 . 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2003.tb02453.x 28. Davis MS Willard M Nelson S , et al . Efficacy of omeprazole for the prevention of exercise-induced gastritis in racing Alaskan sled dogs . J Vet Intern Med 2003 ; 17 : 163 – 166

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marked subacute centrolobular hepatocyte loss and atrophy, lobular collapse and disorganization, bile stasis, bile duct hyperplasia, severe subacute ulcerative gastritis with vasculitis and fungal organisms, lymphoid depletion in the spleen and mesenteric

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objects were too large to pass through the pylorus. Zinc oxide is another form of zinc that may be ingested. It is typically associated with self-limiting gastritis. 20 However, in 1 case report, 6 ingestion of copious amounts of zinc oxide was

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– 100 . 10. Moon JM , Chun BJ , Min Y II . Hemorrhagic gastritis and gas emboli after ingesting 3% hydrogen peroxide . J Emerg Med 2006 ; 30 : 403 – 406 . 10.1016/j.jemermed.2005.05.036 11. Rackoff WR , Merton DF . Gas embolism

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