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splenic and retropharyngeal lymphoid hyperplasia. This cheetah also had surprisingly (given that it was only 8 months old) severe gastritis; severe multifocal subacute transmural lymphoplasmacytic gastritis with mild parietal cell necrosis and marked

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cell-type, B-cell lymphoma and moderate, chronic, multifocal lymphoplasmacytic gastritis; moderate to severe, chronic, lymphoplasmacytic interstitial nephritis; and moderate, chronic, diffuse, parathyroid gland hyperplasia. Case summary: primary

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human patients. 4 Vomiting in dogs is occasionally associated with separation anxiety, but in these instances, the vomiting occurs only when the owner is absent. Anxietyassociated gastritis resulting in vomiting may develop when such dogs are left

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. Morphologic Diagnosis and Case Summary Severe granulomatous and necrotizing gastritis and colitis with numerous intramucosal fungal elements, consistent with Cryptococcus spp. Comments Cryptococcosis is an uncommon worldwide fungal disease

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development of hemorrhagic gastritis and esophagitis. 5 In the present study, each of the cats that received hydrogen peroxide was reexamined within 48 hours after hydrogen peroxide administration, and none had clinical signs consistent with gastritis or

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any group. No dogs required adjustments in the postsurgical hydromorphone dosing interval because of signs of sedation or pain. Discussion Vomiting in dogs undergoing surgery can occur from stimulation of the CRTZ, gastritis from treatment with

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of the chronic vomiting, the dog's owner elected empiric and palliative treatment. Although the role of Helicobacter infection in dogs has not been established, it is considered the primary cause of chronic gastritis in humans. 1,2 The patient was

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conditions. One sea turtle in which severe pneumonia and gastritis was diagnosed at admission was ultimately euthanized because of progressive pneumonia and osteomyelitis. Culture of bronchoalveolar lavage samples yielded Paecilomyces lilacinus

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–feline infectious peritonitis virus antibody; bar = 200 µm. Morphologic Diagnosis and Case Summary Morphologic diagnosis: severe, chronic, multi-focal to coalescing, pyogranulomatous gastritis and duodenitis with intralesional coronavirus. Case summary

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gastritis and colitis can also develop, leading to diarrhea with mucus and blood. 2 , 3 In several species of chelonians, including Bell’s hinge-back tortoises (Kinixys belliana ), flat-shelled spider tortoises ( P planicauda ), and leopard tortoises ( S

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