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KL . Adrenal gland disease in ferrets . Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 1997 ; 27 : 401 – 418 . 10.1016/S0195-5616(97)50039-8 4. Coleman GD Chavez MA Williams BH . Cystic prostatic disease associated with adrenocortical lesions in

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coblation may involve dermal lesions, tonsillar disease, prostatic disease, nasopharyngeal polyps, and various types of surgically nonresectable masses. Acknowledgments The authors reported that there were no conflicts of interest

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.1.59 4. Basinger RR , Rawlings CA . Surgical management of prostatic diseases . Compend Contin Educ Pract Vet 1987 ; 9 : 933 – 1000 . 5. Schulz KS , Waldron DR , Smith MM , et al. Inadvertent prostatectomy as a complication of

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sexually intact or castrated late in life. 1,7,8,10 Although no single cause has been identified, the condition is thought to occur as a result of muscular atrophy, neurogenic atrophy, hormonal influence, and tenesmus secondary to prostatic disease or

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of the site of obstruction. In the present study, although the numbers were small, the balloon dilation procedure was classified as having no effect in 3 of the 5 dogs with prostatic diseases. In 2 of these 3 dogs (both had prostatic carcinoma), the

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modalities is justified. Transrectal ultrasonography is commonly used as part of the diagnostic and treatment plan for men with suspected prostatic disease. 11–13 Transrectal ultrasonography has several benefits, including placement of a transducer in the

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Ultrasound 2009 ; 50 : 104 – 108 . 10.1111/j.1740-8261.2008.01499.x 25. Vignoli M Russo M Catone G , et al. Assessment of vascular perfusion kinetics using contrast-enhanced ultrasound for the diagnosis of prostatic disease in dogs . Reprod

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clinical trial that randomly assigned 214 men with prostatic disease to 3 methods of AE ascertainment (vague open-ended question, defined open-ended question, and 53-item checklist), 77% of the checklist group participants reported an AE, compared with 13

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for UTI, including diabetes mellitus, hyperadrenocorticism, urinary incontinence, polyuria and polydipsia, prostatic disease, urinary bladder neoplasia, cystoliths, and paralysis or paresis. Multiple samples from the same dog were eligible for

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lower urinary tract disease in the present study were sexually intact male German Shepherd Dogs that had prostatomegaly. Prostatic disease is reported to be a common finding in sexually intact male dogs, especially German Shepherd Dogs, and in older male

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