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, and Boston Terrier. All dogs had clinical signs consistent with gastrointestinal disease before surgery. The most commonly observed clinical sign was diarrhea (19/27 [70%; 95% CI, 50% to 86%]), and other signs included inappetence (14 [52%; 95% CI

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multipronged efforts to further understand common causes of feline gastrointestinal illness with ramifications for human gastrointestinal disease. CSU is at the forefront of veterinary neurology and neuroscience research investigating novel diagnostics and

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additional intraoperative treatments were administered for the runs of ventricular tachycardia. Ventricular arrhythmias are not unique signs of pheochromocytoma in horses. Arrhythmias in horses with gastrointestinal disease may be caused by hypovolemia

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survival to discharge), duration of hospitalization, initial serum TT4 concentration, and other thyroid hormone data (if available). The reason for hospitalization was categorized as trauma, respiratory disease, gastrointestinal disease, reproductive

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, which caused the clinical signs of gastrointestinal disease. Radiographic evaluation of the thorax revealed severe esophageal dilation in the cat of this report. A radiographic diagnosis of megaesophagus or esophageal dilation is made when there is

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a result of using rectal biopsy alone to obtain specimens for histologic examination. Inflammatory gastrointestinal disease (36/66 [55%]) was the most common histologic diagnosis, and horses undergoing rectal biopsy alone were significantly (OR, 14

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surgery (after gastropexy and requiring a separate anesthetic episode; OR, 16.9), and gastrointestinal disease (OR, 5.4). See page 877 Incidence, clinical signs, clinicopathologic test results, and outcomes of chyloabdomen in dogs and cats A

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clinicians. In a previous study, 8 low HRV was strongly associated with the presence of ischemic lesions and nonsurvival in horses that underwent exploratory laparotomy because of severe gastrointestinal disease. To our knowledge, however, HRV at the time of

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concurrent with fibrinolysis. The usual balance of several coagulation factors is altered in horses with acute gastrointestinal disease, 13–15 resulting in an excess of procoagulant factors overwhelming the anticoagulant response. 16 Therefore, adhesion

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diarrhea caused by hyper-thyroidism, gastrointestinal disease, or both. 11 , 12 Because the cat's diarrhea resolved after starting treatment with thyroxine and cobalamin supplementation and changing the cat's diet, gastrointestinal biopsy was not performed

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