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, gastritis, and lethal toxicosis were noted after 2 to 4 weeks of ketoconazole administration at 80 mg/kg/d (36 mg/lb/d), PO. Adverse clinical reactions to ketoconazole (2.6 to 33.6 mg/kg/d [1.2 to 15.3 mg/lb/d], PO) have been retrospectively characterized

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), cats with hepatic lipidosis (2), cats that died unexpectedly during routine ovariohysterectomy (2), and cats that had liver samples collected during exploratory laparotomy for chronic cystitis (1), chronic gastritis (1), or vomiting related to suspected

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utilizing gastric protectants more judiciously in our profession.” Furthermore, according to the abstract, “This report challenges the dogma and clinical practice of administering GI protectants for the routine management of gastritis, pancreatitis

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