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can trigger modification of immune-cell function and reportedly has properties that may protect against adipogenesis, diabetes, carcinogenesis, and atherosclerosis. In particular, t10c12-CLA, a CLA isomer, alters immune function. 19 Specifically, t10c

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a danger in terms of elevating plasma lipid concentrations and increasing the risk of diseases, such as atherosclerosis, 19 cutaneous xanthomatosis, 20 peripheral neuropathy, 21 and ocular abnormalities, 22 associated with hyperlipidemia in cats

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identified. There was no evidence of underlying vascular disease such as atherosclerosis, although there were some mild vascular changes (mild medial hypertrophy) consistent with increased intracranial pressure. Discussion To our knowledge, this is the

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Comorbidities 1 No CBC; uric acid, 10.8 µg/dL Bilateral pneumonia and air sacculitis Hematochezia, hepatic lipidosis, mild atherosclerosis, bilateral renomegaly 2 TWBC, 59,700 Right pulmonary granuloma Feather picking 3 Within

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-cholesterol diet to create atherosclerosis or modifying the genome of a mouse to create Alzheimer's disease–like lesions in its brain. These scientific endeavors almost always compare the pathologic features in the test animal (animal model) to those in humans with

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causes of cerebrovascular disease–causing thromboembolism in dogs include atherosclerosis (secondary to hypothyroidism or hyperlipidemia), hypercoagulable states (secondary to hyperadrenocorticism, protein-losing nephropathy, immune-mediated disease, or

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,2 Other differential diagnoses for aortic aneurysms in dogs include hypertension, atherosclerosis, or spontaneous dissecting aneurysms, which has been reported to be a familial trait in Leonbergers. 4 Spondylitis of thoracic vertebrae is a common finding

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research applications. For example, Balb/c mice are commonly used in infectious disease studies. The C57BL/6 mice develop diet-induced atherosclerosis and are often used as a background strain in the development of transgenic mice. AKR, C58, and NOD

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arterial thrombus suggested the presence of an extensive peripheral thrombus, arteritis, or atherosclerosis, with potential underlying causes such as hypothyroidism, hyperadrenocorticism, diabetes mellitus, or a hypercoagulable state. Treatment and

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white-coat effect . Am J Hypertens 2008 ; 21 : 153 – 158 . 10.1038/ajh.2007.43 2. Bo M Comba M Canadè A , et al. Clinical implications of white-coat effect among patients attending at a lipid clinic . Atherosclerosis 2008 ; 197

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