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Haversian canals lined by endothelium and bone marrow–filled spaces. H&E stain; bar = 40 μm. Morphologic Diagnosis Primary osteoma cutis (benign). Comments Osteomata in reptiles have been reported. 1,2 Such lesions typically originate

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, green anoles ( Anolis carolinensis ), and members of an unknown species of grass lizard ( Takydromus sp) from a captive-bred source were among the affected reptiles. Husbandry was deemed adequate. The lizards' diet consisted of dusted crickets and

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-mouthed breathing. Treatment was instituted and included SC fluid therapy with reptile Ringer's solution (50% lactated Ringer's solution, 25% saline [0.9% NaCl] solution, and 25% solution of 5% dextrose in water) with vitamin B (30 to 35 mL, 2 times/wk), multiple

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alligator hides and meat is $60 million to $70 million. 1 The development of this industry in the early 1980s is an example of the successful balance that can be achieved between commercial use of reptiles and their conservation. In Louisiana, the

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summary: marked leukocytosis as a result of end-stage bacteremia or septicemia in a diamond python. Comments Melanomacrophages are a major component of the mononuclear phagocytic system of fish, amphibians, and reptiles. 2 Because they have

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immunity for lambs. Thus, either may be a viable option to protect sheep against disease. See page 1043 Zoo Animals Salmonella infection and carriage in reptiles in a zoological collection A survey of reptiles housed at the Bronx Zoo

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Heart disease in reptiles remains infrequently reported in the veterinary literature, as do successful treatments. 1–6 Congestive heart failure has been diagnosed in snakes, chelonians, and lizards. 7–10 , a Related clinical findings are

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Introduction Dehydration is a common problem in reptiles presented for veterinary care. Fluid therapy is routinely used to replace fluid deficits in reptile patients, and the administration route can vary depending on several factors such as

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Reptiles have continued to increase in popularity as pets in the United States, and veterinarians that treat reptiles are faced with situations that require immobilization or anesthesia. 1–3 Performing anesthesia in reptiles can be challenging

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interstitial nephritis, and marked renal fibrosis. Multiorgan mineralization was noted secondary to uremia and the calcium-phosphorous imbalance. Comments Abdominal palpation and whole body radiography during routine examination of reptiles are crucial

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