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chronic gastrointestinal disease resulted in a 56% (39/70) response rate (ie, resolution of clinical signs) when a 10-day elimination diet comprised of novel protein was fed. These dogs did not require additional treatment for chronic enteropathy during

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renal disease, and defects in lipid clearance. The abnormal amylase activity may have been due to underlying gastrointestinal disease or pancreatic inflammation. The hypernatremia and hyperchloremia were attributed to dehydration because the cat was

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. 5. Murphy KF German AJ Ruaux CG , et al. Fecal α1-proteinase inhibitor concentration in dogs with chronic gastrointestinal disease . Vet Clin Pathol 2003 ; 32 : 67 – 72 . 10.1111/j.1939-165X.2003.tb00316.x 6. Bjarnason I

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nutritional management. The most important step in this process is eliminating the possibility of systemic disorders as well as ruling out several primary gastrointestinal diseases, all of which may be less responsive to dietary management. The testing and

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useful modality for investigation of gastrointestinal disease in calves. Footnotes a. Philips Brilliance 16-slice multidetector helical CT scanner, Philips Healthcare, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. References 1. Marshall TS . Abomasal

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associated with gastrointestinal disease or more rarely with myocardial disease. 5 Although rare, viral myocarditis attributable to CPV-2 infection can develop in the offspring of CPV-2–naïve bitches because the puppies do not receive maternal anti–CPV-2

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retrospective analysis . Vet Dermatol . 2006 ; 17 : 338 – 347 . 4. Cain CL , Bradley CW , Mauldin EA. Clinical and histologic features of acute-onset erythroderma in dogs with gastrointestinal disease: 18 cases (2005–2015) . J Am Vet Med Assoc

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and histologic features of acute-onset erythroderma in dogs with gastrointestinal disease: 18 cases (2005–2015) . J Am Vet Med Assoc . 2017 ; 251 : 1439 – 1449 . 6. Ferreli C , Pinna AL , Atzori L , Aste N . Eosinophilic cellulitis

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primary route of infection, ingestion has been suggested to be a possible secondary route and would account for primary gastrointestinal disease. 4 Histoplasma capsulatum is endemic to North America and most commonly found along the Mississippi, Ohio

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other gastrointestinal disease, and was vital in determining appropriate treatment options (surgery). For ultrasonography, snakes can be positioned in dorsal recumbency if tractable or sedated. 2 Sometimes submerging the caudal portion of the patient

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