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-by-step experimental procedures, making this a very useful book for readers interested in Helicobacter spp research methods. Helicobacter pylori causes gastritis and peptic ulceration and is a risk factor for mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma and

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larger dose (0.2 mg/kg, PO) of meloxicam administered daily for 16 days caused vomiting and soft feces in 80% of dogs on day 5 of treatment, with hyperemia and gastroduodenal mucosal erosions in 80% and histopathologic signs of gastritis in 60% at

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had mild sinusoidal engorgement, and the lungs had coagulation necrosis with marked, regionally extensive, subpleural hemorrhage. Final diagnoses included sunflower seed engorgement, ulcerative esophagitis and gastritis in C3, fibrinous pleuritis and

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, gastritis, and myocardial degeneration and necrosis. Findings of that study did not include pathologic changes in the kidneys. In the 3 camelids that underwent necropsies in the present study, pulmonary congestion or edema was not detected; however, renal

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tentative diagnoses of gastritis or enteritis in our population of dogs with gallbladder disease may represent previous indolent biliary disease. Similar unexplained transient clinical signs in dogs with a subsequent diagnosis of gallbladder disease have

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gastritis 19 , 20 or mechanical, chemical, and thermic stress. 21 Docosahexaenoic acid was also found to be protective against indomethacin-induced gastric damage akin to omeprazole. 22 This gastroprotective effect was found not to be through mediation of

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a discrete mucocele or obstruction Kidney  Degenerative renal changes Gastrointestinal tract  Lumen changes consistent with IBD, enteritis, colitis, or gastritis with no mass effect Pancreas  Parenchymal changes consistent with current or

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(maropitant, 1 mg/kg, IV, q 12 h), and control and prevent potential gastritis (famotidine, 0.5 mg/kg, IV, q 8 h). At this time, the patient's analgesic treatment consisted of multiple constant rate infusions (fentanyl, 1.25 to 2 μg/kg/h, IV; ketamine, 0.2 to

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Montréal by use of the following search terms: alimentary, gastrointestinal, intestinal, colorectal, and multicentric lymphoma; lymphadenomegaly; IBD; lymphangiectasia; lymphocytic-plasmacytic, eosinophilic, and granulomatous gastritis, enteritis, or

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reported to have self-limiting emesis after hospital discharge. Both of those dogs underwent endoscopy, and the emesis might have been a consequence of gastritis associated with the endoscopic procedure or gastric mucosal irritation caused by the foreign

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