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diabetes mellitus A 7.5-year-old spayed female ferret was evaluated because of weight loss despite a good appetite. On physical examination, the ferret was thin and bruised easily, and serum biochemical analysis revealed hyperglycemia. A diagnosis of

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epoxy resin external fixator. The chinchilla was bearing weight on the affected limb 9 days after surgery, and the implants were removed 35 days after surgery. Fifty-six days after surgery, the chinchilla was bearing full weight on the limb, and

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weaning weights of vaccinated beef calves, compared with control, unvaccinated calves. Overall, IBK was detected in 65 of 110 (59.1%) vaccinated calves and 62 of 104 (59.6%) unvaccinated calves (unadjusted risk ratio, 0.99) during the study period. No

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adjusting for body weight through multivariable analysis, dogs with a history of TPLO were 40 times as likely to develop proximal tibial osteosarcoma as were dogs with no history of TPLO. In addition, each 1-kg (2.2-lb) increase in body weight was associated

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referred for evaluation because of a 2-month history of regurgitation and weight loss, despite no apparent change in appetite. Transhepatic ultrasonography and CT revealed a circumferential lesion in the distal portion of the esophagus, and histologic

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studies have suggested that feeding a diet containing 3.4% to 3.5% omega-3 fatty acids improved some clinical outcomes and weight bearing in dogs with osteoarthritis, but these studies did not include dogs concurrently being treated with NSAIDs. In a study

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to weight management in companion animals is to alter lipid metabolism by enhancing fat mobilization and utilization to prevent lipid absorption or enhance satiety. The extent to which dietary supplements or diet components can help achieve these

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compartment syndrome in two horses An 18-year-old stallion and 17-year-old gelding were evaluated because of acute, severe unilateral forelimb lameness. Horses were unable to bear weight on the affected limb and had a dropped elbow appearance. On the basis

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, compared with all other dogs. A significant association was found between body weight and perioperative RBC transfusion, with greater odds of transfusion as body weight increased. Dogs receiving perioperative RBC transfusions were significantly less likely

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-associated complications included urine leakage (n = 1) and accidental dislodgement (1). See page 348 Treatment of intestinal pythiosis in a dog A 1.5-year-old dog was examined because of anorexia, vomiting, diarrhea, and weight loss. During exploratory

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