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lymphoplasmacytic-neutrophilic gastritis of the pyloric and fundic mucosa with moderate lymphoplasmacytic colitis. Treatment had been initiated with prednisone, enrofloxacin, and metronidazole, and chlorambucil was added 60 days later owing to incomplete remission

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lymphoplasmacytic interstitial nephritis; mild and diffuse lymphoplasmacytic cystitis; erosive gastritis with necrosis and mucosal mineralization; and parathyroid gland chief cell hyperplasia. Comments The clinical signs, physical examination findings, and

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research Beagles, 22,24 61% of clinically abnormal dogs, 19 95% of dogs with gastritis, 20 and 61% to 95% of vomiting dogs. 22 Gastric spiral organisms reside in surface mucus, glandular lumina, and parietal cells, typically in the cardia and fundus of

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also given to treat possible stress-induced gastritis. Prior to admission, the referring veterinarian palpated an enlarged, firm spleen with irregular borders, and lytic lesions were evident on the right side of the T14 vertebra and left side of L1 on

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common among the study population included rhabdomyolysis, enteritis, gastritis, and centrilobular hepatocellular necrosis. A cause of death was not established in 7 dogs. See PAGE 564 Cecal bypass without ileal transection in three horses with

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Schnauzer had moderate to severe lymphoplasmacytic gastritis and duodenitis. A 9-year-old castrated male Miniature Schnauzer had mild to moderate lymphoplasmacytic and eosinophilic gastritis, duodenitis, and colitis. A 12-year-old spayed female Basset Hound

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with a recent history of NSAID use. Corticosteroid use has been associated with increased risks of gastritis in dogs, particularly when combined with NSAID therapy. 19 However, no systemic or clinical adverse effects after an IA dose of triamcinolone

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they can cause mild gastritis. Adult nematodes shed eggs that develop into larvae, which if ingested by larvae of stable flies ( Stomoxys calcitrans ) or houseflies ( Musca domestica ) can further develop into the infective third-stage larvae. Flies

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main pulmonary artery, with the longest reaching the lumen of the right heart ventricle ( Figure 1 ). In addition, erosive gastritis, thickening of the duodenal walls, and marked splenomegaly were evident as well as bilateral mandibular and prescapular

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Summary Morphologic diagnosis: severe gastric submucosal edema, with vasculitis, fibrinoid degeneration, and mild eosinophilic and lymphocytic gastritis. Case summary: edema disease in a pig. Comments For the pig of the present report, a

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