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occult blood test b yielded positive results. The fecal occult test also was performed on a sample of the ferret's diet to rule out a false-positive result; results for the diet were negative. Examination of a fecal sample for parasites yielded negative

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band running in a proximal to distal direction in the central tarsal bone, suggesting an occult fracture ( Figure 4 ). Figure 4— Diagnostic images of the tarsus of a 6-year-old Quarter Horse mare with acute unilateral hind limb lameness attributed

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the 24 hours preceding blood sampling. A comparison of cats with occult cardiomyopathy to normal cats identified that a plasma NT-proBNP concentration > 46 pmol/L distinguished normal from occult cardiomyopathy with 91.2% specificity and 85

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. Measurement of circulating NT-proBNP concentration also has value for detection of occult cardiomyopathy; in 1 study, 33 a result < 50 pmol/L indicated cardiomyopathy was very unlikely, whereas a result > 100 pmol/L suggested cardiomyopathy was present

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occult blood), USG, d and microscopic sediment examination after centrifugation were also required to be within reference ranges for inclusion. Goats were determined to be free of clinical or microscopic evidence of urolithiasis. Albendazole (10 mg

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. Govender D , Hadley GP , Nadvi SS , et al. Primary lumbosacral Wilms tumour associated with occult spinal dysraphism . Virchows Arch 2000 ; 436 : 502 – 505 . 10.1007/s004280050480 33. Mehes K , Weisenbach J , Kajtar P . Association

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disorders, with pathological effects extending to the upper airways, lower airways, and pulmonary parenchyma. Many aspiration events are likely occult; therefore, identification of dogs at risk for aspiration is important, with respect to appropriate

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of history of specific risk factor exposure could have been confounded by some events being unobserved or by a lack of recording of such events by the admitting clinician. However, it could also have suggested the presence of occult aspiration 13 or

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ingestion of excessive amounts of thyroid hormone 11 occurs, including thyrotoxicosis factitia, 12 surreptitious thyrotoxicosis, occult factitial thyrotoxicosis, 13 and thyreoidismus medicamentosus. 14 The term thyrotoxicosis factitia veterinarius has

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higher in Doberman Pinschers because they have high incidences of bleeding diatheses and dilated cardiomyopathy. Moreover, general anesthesia can exacerbate arrhythmias and worsen left ventricular function in dogs with occult dilated cardiomyopathy. 26

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