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; palpation of the bladder elicited signs of pain. A CBC revealed neutrophilia. Serum biochemical analysis revealed high SUN concentration, high creatinine concentration, hyperglycemia, and hyperkalemia. Urinary catheterization was performed, and urinalysis

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neutrophils/μL to 11.5 × 10 3 neutrophils/μL), and mild monocytosis (2.0 × 10 3 monocytes/μL; reference range, 0.1 × 10 3 monocytes/μL to 1.4 × 10 3 monocytes/μL). Serum biochemical analysis revealed mild hyperglycemia (159 mg/dL; reference range, 80 to

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Results of clinicopathologic analyses and diagnostic imaging are nonspecific in reported cases of EPC in cats and dogs. 6 Neutrophilia, anemia, hypokalemia, bilirubinemia, azotemia, hyperglycemia, and high circulating hepatic enzyme activities have all

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concentration (19.5 g/dL; reference interval, 12.0 to 18.0 g/dL). Mild hyperglycemia (142 mg/dL; reference interval, 75 to 125 mg/dL) was the only detected serum biochemical abnormality. A fine-needle aspirate specimen of the largest dermal nodule was obtained

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/L), mild hypercholesterolemia (10.3 mmol/L; reference interval, 3.8 to 7.0 mmol/L), and mild hyperglycemia (6.1 mmol/L; reference interval, 3 to 5 mmol/L). Routine coagulation panel was unremarkable. Urinalysis revealed low urine specific gravity (1

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with a lack of hyperglycemia, suggested decreased renal tubular reabsorption. However, these findings were incongruent with the dog's history, clinical signs, and results of the initial serum biochemical analyses. Assessments of fractional clearances

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is often detected in cases of ethylene glycol toxicosis. Hyperglycemia detected in the cat of the present report may be explained by inhibition of glucose metabolism secondary to the production of aldehyde-based metabolites, acidemia-induced insulin

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revealed increasing hyperlactatemia (> 15 mmol/L), mildly increased creatinine (2.6 mg/dL [RI, 0.2 to 2.2mg/dL]), hyperbilirubinemia (7.3 mg/dL [RI, 0.5 to 2.3]), hyperglycemia (191 mg/dL [RI, 65 to 110 mg/dL]), elevated AST (670 IU/L [RI, 202 to 338 IU

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long bones. 6 Leg swelling and lameness are common findings of hypertrophic osteopathy. 6 These were not described in our case, maybe overshadowed by other clinical signs from the neoplasm. The combination of hyperglycemia and mild mature neutrophilia

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fluid deficits were corrected, the dog had several hematologic and serum biochemical abnormalities, including leukopenia, neutropenia, anemia, hypoproteinemia, hypoalbuminemia, hypokalemia, variable hypoglycemia to mild hyperglycemia, high alanine

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