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History A 13-year-old 5.5-kg (12.1-lb) castrated male Miniature Schnauzer was evaluated for a 2-day history of inappetence and an instance of vomiting 1 day before examination. The owner reported that diabetes mellitus had been diagnosed in

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been associated with a much wider range of pathological conditions, including metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes mellitus, NAFLD, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease. 8–11 Hypertriglyceridemia in dogs may be associated with some of the

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, diabetes mellitus, cancer, adverse food reactions, and gastrointestinal diseases are common medical concerns for dogs. 5–10 Diet, and carbohydrates in particular, plays an important role in the treatment of these conditions. The intent of the information

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study of complex feline diseases in nonpurebred cats to date, identifying genomic regions associated with hyperthyroidism, diabetes mellitus, and feline eosinophilic keratoconjunctivitis. Cornell applies genomics to study cancer in multiple species; Dr

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for diabetes mellitus following renal transplantation in cats In humans, there is a significantly increased risk of developing diabetes mellitus following renal transplantation. In a study of 187 cats that underwent renal transplantation, it was

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is likely multifactorial. See page 66 Detemir insulin for the treatment of diabetes mellitus in dogs The only insulin preparation currently approved for use in dogs with diabetes mellitus is a porcine insulin zinc suspension, but this

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. 3 Of the 14 cats with pituitary neoplasms, 7 had diabetes mellitus and 3 had an alteration in the pituitary-adrenal axis. 3 Cats with pituitary neoplasms often have concomitant endocrine dysfunction, and in some cats the neoplasm may be

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affect corneal innervation, which can result in decreased corneal sensitivity and the development of neurotrophic keratopathy. In human patients, neurotrophic keratopathy has been associated most frequently with long-standing diabetes mellitus, herpes

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most common clinical manifestation of acromegaly in cats is insulin-resistant diabetes mellitus. 2 Notably, cats with acromegaly tend to gain weight, in contrast to the weight loss typically observed in cats with unregulated diabetes mellitus that do

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History A 14-year-old 12.5-kg (27.5-lb) female mixed-breed dog with a recent diagnosis of hyperadrenocorticism and diabetes mellitus was evaluated as part of a recheck examination and because of lack of appetite, which had worsened in the last

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