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LG . Parasitic gastritis in a llama ( Lama glama ) associated with inhibited larval Teladorsagia spp. (Nematoda: Trichostrongyloidea) . Vet Parasitol 1993 ; 45 : 331 – 335 . 10.1016/0304-4017(93)90088-5 9 Windsor RS . Type II ostertagiasis

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hepatopathy), 32 were included in group B because they had nonobstructive gastrointestinal tract diseases (inflammatory bowel disease [n = 15], gastritis [7], intestinal lymphoma [6], gastric foreign bodies not involving the small intestine [3], and gastric

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Tanabe S Igarashi M , et al. Autoimmune enteropathy with severe atrophic gastritis and colitis in an adult: proposal of a generalized autoimmune disorder of the alimentary tract . Scand J Gastroenterol 1998 ; 33 : 716 – 720 . 10

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-hydroxyomeprazole. We have previously shown omeprazole sulfonation to be an in vitro probe for canine CYP3A12 activity. 15 Omeprazole is commonly used in dogs to treat gastroduodenal ulcers, Helicobacter spp infection, gastritis, reflux esophagitis and to prevent

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with CKD frequently develop numerous complications such as anemia, renal secondary hyperparathyroidism, uremic gastritis, and hypertension. 5 Additionally, bleeding tendencies secondary to defects in platelet function or abnormalities in the

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microvascular dysplasia (1), Fanconi syndrome (1), exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (1), colitis (1), gastritis (1), hydrocephalus (1), and chronic kidney disease (1). Thirteen dogs were examined because of vomiting (10 chronic and 3 acute), and a final

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, 2 with adrenal adenomas, and 1 each with acute interstitial pneumonia and gastritis, enteric lymphoma, mesenteric torsion, systemic ferret coronavirus infection, intestinal coccidiosis with severe gastric and duodenal ulcers and septic shock, thymoma

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–associated gastritis). Each dog underwent a standard anesthetic protocol; butorphanol was administered IV as a preanesthetic agent, propofol was administered IV as an induction agent, and isoflurane (administered at a concentration of 2% to 3% in oxygen delivered with

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—Gastroduodenoscopy and histologic examination of biopsy specimens was performed in all 29 dogs with PLE, and additional colonoscopy was performed in 4 dogs ( Table 2 ). Evidence of gastric fibrosis was present in 17 dogs, and lymphocytic-plasmacytic gastritis was

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performed during the early period of the outbreak revealed multifocal neurogenic atrophy of the esophageal and laryngeal muscles, unremarkable recurrent laryngeal nerves, and mild gastritis and moderate enteritis (mixed inflammatory infiltrates). The

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