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revealed mild azotemia, hyperphosphatemia, hyperglycemia, hypoproteinemia, and hypoalbuminemia. Thoracic radiographs were obtained to evaluate for thoracic disease as an underlying cause for the foal's dyspnea ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1— Right lateral

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diagnosed following renal transplantation on the basis of persistent hyperglycemia, glucosuria, and clinical signs including polyuria, polydipsia, and polyphagia. The diagnosis of diabetes mellitus was made prior to retroperitoneal fibrosis diagnosis in 2

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and convalescent potassium concentrations. Different etiologic pathways may explain why 7 of 60 turtles had severe hypoglycemia but 10 of 60 had moderate hyperglycemia. We believe that the high initial glucose concentration may be a result of stress

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/dL; reference range, 100 to 400 mg/dL) and hyperglycemia (207 mg/dL; reference range, 88 to 166 md/dL). Differential diagnoses considered for upper respiratory tract obstruction included edema, trauma, hematoma, abscess or granuloma formation, neoplasia, foreign

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persistent hyperglycemia develops. However, in a study of 117 client-owned cats (76 nondiabetic cats [25 with normal body condition, 27 overweight, and 24 obese] and 41 naïve [n = 21] and treated [20] diabetic cats), few differences in results of hematologic

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. Fourteen of the crias were between 8 and 18 days old at the time of admission. Common biochemical abnormalities included acidemia, hyperlactemia, azotemia, and hyperglycemia and high serum aspartate transaminase and γ-glutamyltransferase activities

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of chronic hyperglycemia is now considered commonplace within veterinary medicine, much remains to be elucidated about the formation, lifespan, and role of fructosamine in diabetic and nondiabetic disease. See page 1268 Use of a novel

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colic. Serum biochemical abnormalities included hyperglycemia, azotemia, and high creatine kinase activity. Propranolol (0.01 mg/kg [0.005 mg/lb], IV) was administered to all 3 horses for antagonism of β-adrenergic effects. All horses also received

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to potentially associated hazards and a general lack of research. 5 , 6 In previous studies, administration of dextrose-containing (final concentration, 2.5%) fluids produced hyperglycemia after SC administration in inland bearded dragons ( Pagona

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nonrenal disease goats. For Na and anion gap, the frequencies of abnormalities were low and there were no significant differences between the populations. Hyperglycemia was highly prevalent, with equal frequency in both populations, whereas urolithic goats

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