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rapid weight gain, polyuria, and polydipsia. Clinical signs and results of clinicopathologic evaluations were compatible with a diagnosis of hyperadrenocorticism, although results of ACTH stimulation testing were equivocal. The bird was euthanized

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survival rate (9/10) than did calves that did not reach this threshold (4/10). See PAGE 289 Cryptosporidiosis in 20 alpaca crias Cryptosporidiosis was diagnosed in 20 alpaca crias examined because of diarrhea, weight loss, and poor appetite

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. At diagnosis, 11 of the 13 long-term survivors had a body weight ≥ 10 kg, PCV ≥ 35%, absence of ionized hypercalcemia, centroblastic lymphoma, immunophenotype B, absence of bone marrow involvement, lymphoma stage I through IV, and no previous

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records for 27 potbellied pigs (14 female and 13 male) ranging in age from 0.25 to 15 years old and ranging in body weight from 5.9 to 169 kg (13.0 to 371.8 lb) that were anesthetized on 32 occasions suggested that a variety of anesthetic agent

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hypertension in a dog with a functional thyroid gland adenocarcinoma A 12-year-old dog with a long-term history of panting, polyuria, polydipsia, weight loss, hind limb weakness, and poor appetite was evaluated for hypertension. Doppler sphygmomanometry

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, and 4 died of unrelated reasons. Long-term prognosis was considered excellent for 15 calves and fair for 4 calves. Age, body weight, type and location of the fracture, need for reinforcement of the repair, and quality of the reduction were not

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measured. Median age was 1.3 years, and median weight was 5.6 kg (12.3 lb). The prognosis was favorable, in that 17 of the 19 dogs survived. Median hospitalization time was 2 days. See PAGE 1174 RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Serum ANA titers in dogs

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luxation that underwent toggle rod stabilization indicated that complications developed in 16 (26%), with reluxation being the most common complication (7 [11%] dogs). However, when asked to rate current limb function (0 = no lameness and 5 = non–weight

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ataxia 1021 Diagnostic Imaging in Veterinary Dental Practice A cystic lesion of the oral cavity in a 2-year-old dog 1023 ECG of the Month Coughing, anorexia, and weight loss in a 7-year-old dog that had undergone pacemaker implantation

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Veterinary Medicine Today What Is Your Diagnosis? A 6-year-old Hereford cow evaluated because of recurrent gas bloat and fever of unknown origin 35 A 4-year-old nonpregnant Angus cow was evaluated for mastitis, anorexia, weight loss, intermittent

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