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presenting with clinical signs of gastrointestinal disease (weight loss, hyporexia, vomiting, and diarrhea) persisting for a duration of at least 3 weeks were eligible for enrollment. Exclusion criteria included gastrointestinal diseases other than LPE or

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.4 ± 11 246.1 ± 73 AU = Arbitrary units. tBF = Tissue blood flow. tHB = Tissue hemoglobin. tSO 2 = Tissue oxygen saturation. a Median (minimum to maximum). b Mean ± SD. c In anesthetised horses without gastrointestinal disease 23 ; 3

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infection (including urinary tract infection in 8 patients, pyelonephritis in 3 patients, aspiration pneumonia in 4 patients, abscessation in 2 patients, and septic peritonitis in 2 patients; total of 22% [17/76]), gastrointestinal disease (20% [15/76]), and

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nonspecific clinical findings of colic and anemia as seen in this case, differential diagnoses included infectious diseases (eg, babesiosis and ehrlichiosis), gastrointestinal diseases (eg, gastric ulcer, colic, and parasites), and neoplasia (eg, malignant

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challenging and often precluded by the overshadowing severity of the gastrointestinal disease and subsequent cardiovascular decompensation. In this case, corticosteroid insufficiency was not recognized antemortem, and the adrenal hemorrhage was limited to 1

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tachyarrhythmia. Notable structural cardiac disease was not identified echocardiographically, and primary gastrointestinal disease was an unlikely cause of the arrhythmia given the lack of clinical signs referent to the gastrointestinal tract. Results of

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gastrointestinal disease, 10 (14.5%) developed PORV, whereas 6 of 14 dogs receiving gastrointestinal surgery developed PORV. Thus, among dogs undergoing soft tissue surgery, those undergoing gastrointestinal surgery had a PORV episode more frequently ( P = 0

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conditions including, but not limited to, a previous history of gastric dilatation-volvulus, closed abdominal trauma, gastrointestinal disease, and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency. 1,3,4 Findings in a retrospective study on predisposing factors for colonic

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, Winston JA , Rudinsky A . Dietary fiber aids in the management of canine and feline gastrointestinal disease . J Am Vet Med Assoc . 2022 ; 260 ( suppl 3 ): S33 – S45 . doi: 10.2460/javma.22.08.0351 36288203 5. Boothby GL , Parr JM

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signs. This case highlighted the importance of using multiple imaging modalities for the diagnosis of gastrointestinal disease owing to the differing strengths and limitations of radiography and ultrasonography. Within the abdominal radiographs, the

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