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pain were elicited during palpation of the abdomen. Results of CBC and serum biochemical analysis indicated polycythemia, mild lymphopenia, and mild hyperglycemia. Results of a fecal test for parvovirus antigen were negative. Survey radiographs of the

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alkaline phosphatase activities and high SUN concentration; the dog also had hyperglycemia, hypoalbuminemia, hyponatremia, hypokalemia, and hypochloridemia. Abdominal radiographs were obtained ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1— Right lateral (A) and ventrodorsal

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fasciculations, and tremors of the head. Hyperosmolar syndrome was diagnosed on the basis of hyperglycemia, hypernatremia, azotemia, metabolic acidosis, and high plasma osmolarity. A constant rate infusion of regular insulin was administered with hypo

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increase over the course of rehabilitation. There was great variability in initial plasma glucose concentrations, and hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia were detected. This phenomenon has been observed previously in cold-stunned sea turtles and likely

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cats because of large variations in results. 8 Because diabetes is defined as a condition of persistent hyperglycemia, it is of great interest to perform a comprehensive analysis of distinct groups of cats to identify parameters that are unique to

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/μL). Serum biochemical analysis revealed hyperglycemia (163 mg/dL; reference range, 50 to 90 mg/dL), mild hypernatremia (162 mmol/L; reference range, 142 to 155 mmol/L), mild hypokalemia (3 mmol/L; reference range, 3.5 to 6.7 mmol/L); plasma alkaline

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/dL [reference range, 0.73 to 1.19 mg/dL]) and moderate hyperglycemia (232 mg/dL; reference range, 77.96 to 129.84 mg/dL]). Echocardiography revealed severe left ventricular free wall and interventricular septal concentric hypertrophy and left ventricular

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lymphocytic enteritis, and the cat’s clinical signs resolved with supportive treatment. On physical examination, the cat was dull but alert and responsive. A CBC and serum biochemical analysis revealed hyperglycemia (224 mg/dL; reference range, 74 to 159 mg

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phosphatase and alanine transaminase activities, hyperglycemia, and increased urea concentration. Urinalysis revealed proteinuria, glucosuria, hemoglobinuria, and ketonuria. The clinical status of the dog worsened rapidly in the next 24 hours, and euthanasia

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revealed mild hypoproteinemia (6.1 g/dL; reference range, 6.3 to 8.0 g/dL), mild hyperglycemia (184 mg/dL; reference range, 69 to 136 gm/dL), mild hypermagnesemia (3.8 mg/dL; reference range, 1.8 to 2.4 mg/dL), and mild hyponatremia (147 mEq/L; reference

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