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monitoring, but is rarely performed in reptiles. In a study involving 4 boa constrictors, 2 carpet pythons, and 2 reticulated pythons anesthetized with isoflurane in which arterial blood pressure was measured directly (by means of an arterial catheter) and

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to live outdoors than were control cats. See PAGE 586 Ultrasonographic appearance of the coelomic cavity in healthy green iguanas Thorough descriptions of normal ultrasonographic anatomy are lacking for many reptile species, including

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and adapted faster in new situations and environments. See PAGE 1874 Effects of preoperative administration of butorphanol or meloxicam on physiologic responses to surgery in ball pythons Pain and pain management in reptiles remain poorly

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