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-1–vaccinated cattle in both groups had less severe signs of clinical disease, shed less BHV-1, had less or no weight loss, and had fewer tracheal lesions than did control calves for at least 97 days after vaccination. Results did not support the

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PTDM was 2.38 times the rate among cats that underwent renal transplantation but did not develop PTDM. Age, sex, body weight, and percentage change in body weight were not found to be significantly associated with development of PTDM. See PAGE 880

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these groups. See PAGE 1709 CLINICAL REPORT An outbreak of dictyocaulosis in lactating dairy cows Examination of a herd of dairy cattle reported to have decreased milk production, weight loss, and coughing revealed infestation with

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, compared with seronegative calves. See PAGE 1038 CLINICAL REPORT Use of a circular external skeletal fixator for fracture repair in an alpaca A 3-year-old alpaca examined because of non–weight-bearing left hind limb lameness was found to

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JAVMA News Millions of dogs and cats in the U.S. are overweight, but owners often think their pets are at normal weight unless their veterinarians say otherwise. JAVMA's series on notable veterinarians profiles Dr. Frederick Douglass

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been used extensively in the cattle industry to improve weight gain and feed efficiency. In a study involving 30 Angus steers randomly assigned to receive diets containing ractopamine or zilpaterol at FDA-approved doses or with no additive (control

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and bone destruction can occur. In a review of medical records for 79 dogs with IMPA, 13 (16%) were found to have erosive IMPA. Dogs with erosive IMPA were middle-aged (mean ± SD age, 7.1 ± 2.4 years) and small (mean ± SD body weight, 8.3 ± 3.4 kg [18

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because of weight loss was found to have a large nonpruritic area of alopecia with hyperpigmentation and comedones on the right lateral aspect of the neck. Trichography and microscopic examination of acetate tape imprint preparations and skin scrapings

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gastrointestinal (41), cardiovascular (19), urogenital (4), and respiratory (1) abnormalities. Probability of survival was positively associated with body weight and IV administration of pyridoxine and negatively associated with dose of isoniazid ingested and

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. The odds of a dog having ATD did not differ significantly by sex, age, or body weight. Compared with mixed-breed dogs, Shetland Sheepdogs had a significantly higher odds of ATD (OR, 2.59). Protein-losing nephropathy (64/291 [22%]) was the most commonly

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