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have a degree of overlap with clinically normal animals, particularly in animals with relatively mild or subclinical heart disease. 13,15,17,23 The diagnostic sensitivity and specificity of NT-proBNP assays for detection of occult heart disease 18

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occult cardiomyopathy or congenital cardiac disease, but neither was confirmed. Treatment and Outcome The patient was admitted to the hospital for supportive care. The perceived discomfort was managed with buprenorphine hydrochloride (0.02 mg

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artery and no microfilariae were found in the bloodstream, which is consistent with occult infection with a single male. The single adult parasite identified in this patient was found within the calvarium, where it was causing neurologic trauma that could

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-1632935 3. Galateanu G Aizenberg I Hildebrandt TB , et al. Computed tomographic demonstration of central tarsal bone plantar process occult fracture in a dog. Vet Rec 2011 ; 169 : 442 . 10.1136/vr.d4760 4. Hercock CA Innes JF

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and STIR hyperintense. Lesions were present throughout the splenius, semispinalis capitis, longus capitis, longissimus capitis, longissimus cervicis, intertransversarius, and scalenus muscles up to the scan field limitations. Nodules were occult on

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E Damagoglu E , et al . Occult bronchial foreign body aspiration in adults: analysis of four cases . Respirology 2004 ; 9 : 561 – 563 . 4. Pochaczevsky R Leonidas JC Feldman F , et al . Aspiration and ingested teeth in children

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) for 28 days. All investigators were masked to treatment group allocation throughout the duration of the study. Fecal occult blood testing Voided feces from each pen were collected for fecal occult blood evaluation on days 0, 14, 21, and 28

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% and 9%. 3,4 Creation of standards by human infectious disease specialists has led to greater efforts toward identification and characterization of SBU in dogs. 4,5 Some studies 6–8 have classified dogs as having occult UTIs on the basis of

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this was not supported in the present study. The UAC 100 and UAC 200 ratios had poor sensitivity in the present study and thus appeared to be of little use for detection of occult systemic disease in dogs with negative results of dipstick tests for

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inflammation, neoplasia, or trauma). An occult feline heartworm antigen-antibody test (to determine heartworm disease status) was performed. Diagnostic test findings —The CBC did not reveal any important abnormalities. Serum creatine kinase activity was 618 U

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