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surgical correction of the ureterocele. 3 A complete clinicopathologic evaluation that included a CBC, serum biochemical analysis, urinalysis, and bacteriologic urine culture was performed in the dog of the present report to rule out renal insufficiency

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cystitis had resolved by the 30-day recheck examination; however, urine bacterial culture results remained positive for E coli . Oral administration of cefpodoxime was continued. No urine cultures were performed on subsequent recheck evaluations; however

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samples from which growth was obtained. A positive urine culture result was defined as a bacterial colony count ≥ 10 3 cfu/mL. Nosocomial bacteriuria was defined as development of a positive urine culture result in dogs with a negative urine culture

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analysis, assessment of both serum total thyroxine concentration and anti– Toxoplasma antibody titer, and urinalysis with urine culture (all to differentiate between localized and systemic disease). Planned diagnostic imaging included thoracic and

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that time (day –32), hematuria had almost completely resolved, the patient was urinating less often and in larger amounts, and results of urine culture were negative. However, 4 days after antimicrobial treatment was discontinued (day –28), the patient

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E coli urine cultures between 2014 and 2020 were eligible for inclusion. Samples were obtained from surplus urine cultures collected for routine evaluation of urinary tract infections. Diagnosis of a UTI required the presence of consistent clinical

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

canine UPEC isolates from dogs that had been diagnosed with a clinical UPEC UTI. All dogs with positive E coli urine cultures were eligible for inclusion in this study. Once a dog was identified with positive urine culture for E coli , the owner was

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surgery or postoperative death. Results of urine culture and sensitivity are also reported, when performed. Data analysis Categorical response variables are summarized as frequency (%), and modes and continuous response variables were summarized as

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economic losses attributable to fetal infection and reproductive failure. Our chief concern with this study is the reliance solely on kidney and urine culture results to determine whether cattle were infected after challenge. In a vaccination and challenge

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reevaluated periodically. The ideal time for such follow-up has not been determined; however, it would be reasonable to perform urinalysis, urine culture, and diagnostic imaging at least every 6 months. a. Osborne CA. Epidemiology of feline uroliths

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