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likelihood of concurrent abnormalities, such as cobalamin deficiency and small intestinal disease, that may require additional veterinary intervention to achieve an optimal clinical response. Visitors to the site also share personal experiences regarding

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cobalamin and folate were low. Radiographic findings included calcified foci in the right cranial quadrant of the abdomen, which extended caudally in a linear pattern. Abdominal ultrasonography revealed a small amount of free peritoneal fluid and in the

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/11), reduction of serum folate concentration (7/11), reduction of serum cobalamin concentration (6/11), increased concentrations of C-reactive protein (9/11), ultrasonographic patterns of bowel lesions (wall thickening, hyperechoic speckles, and hyperechoic

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folate and cobalamin. Exocrine pancreatic function was considered physiologically normal on the basis of serum trypsin-like immunoreactivity concentrations. Results of examination for fecal endoparasitic ova were negative for all dogs. Values were

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folate coenzymes that are similar to dietary folate. 6 High concentrations of Bacteroides spp may lower serum cobalamin concentrations. 7 Clostridium spp, Bacteroides spp, Bifidobacterium spp, and Eubacterium spp deconjugate bile acids

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cobalamin (188 μg/kg [85.5 μg/lb], IM). On initial physical examination, the cat had signs of depression and an apathetic attitude; it had a tendency to turn and circle to the right. There was anisocoria (the right pupil was larger than the left). Menace

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consisted of a probiotic, metronidazole, fenbendazole, cobalamin, prednisolone, or lomustine, alone or in combination. The 100 cats consisted of 9 purebred cats and 91 nonpurebred cats. Purebred cats were 3 Maine Coons and 1 each of Abyssinian, Bengal

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.1111/jvim.13630 . 26417695 25. Hunt A , Jugan MC . Anemia, iron deficiency, and cobalamin deficiency in cats with chronic gastrointestinal disease . J Vet Intern Med . 2021 ; 35 ( 1 ): 172 – 178 . doi: 10.1111/jvim.15962 . 33226151 26. von

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abnormalities were detected via serum biochemical analysis or gastrointestinal function tests (ie, serum cobalamin, folate, pancreatic lipase immunoreactivity, and trypsin-like immunoreactivity concentrations). The study protocol was approved by the Texas A

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.3) 1 (1.1)  Niacin (mg) 10.00 30.51 0.33–105.89 9 (9.6) 4 (4.3)  Pantothenic acid (mg) 1.44 5.91 0.78–43.48 2 (2.1) 0  Cobalamin (μg) 5.60 25.60 0.50–347.91 21 (22.3) 13 (13.8)  Folic acid (μg) 188

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