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history of progressive hyporexia, signs of abdominal pain, and weight loss. Capsule endoscopy was performed, and numerous gastric erosions and hemorrhages were detected, with rare dilated lacteals in the proximal aspect of the small intestine. Treatment

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body weight and increasing surgical complexity (graded on the basis of number and contiguity of hemilaminectomy sites) were associated with longer operative times and increasing exposure number was associated with shorter operative times. See page

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POD. However, the only factor that retained a significant association with POD after controlling for other factors in multivariate analysis was body weight > 20 kg. See page 1383 Sensitivity, specificity, and interobserver variability of

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walk out of the tank after the first flotation treatment, and ate during flotation treatment were significantly more likely to survive. Survivors and nonsurvivors did not differ significantly with regard to body weight, age, stage of lactation, duration

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included inappetence, lethargy, and weight loss. Results of laboratory tests were variable, and values for liver enzyme activities were typically within reference limits or only slightly high. Most horses had high peritoneal nucleated cell counts

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without hyperlactatemia were 3.23 (95% confidence interval, 1.04 to 9.43) times as likely to survive, compared with hypotensive dogs with hyperlactatemia. Age, weight, severity of clinical illness, and duration of hospitalization did not differ

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-sectional study of 21 dogs without renal disease that underwent abdominal CT, body weight, aorta diameter, and length of the L2 vertebral body were significantly correlated with renal length. Renal length-to-aorta diameter and renal length-to-L2 vertebral body

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pose many diagnostic challenges. In a review of medical records of 300 cats with chronic vomiting, chronic small bowel diarrhea, or weight loss that also had ultrasonographic evidence of thickening of the small intestine, chronic small bowel disease was

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-contaminated diet A 9-year-old cat was evaluated because of hematuria and weight loss. The cat had an 8-year history of intermittent signs of feline lower urinary tract disease, but bacteriologic culture of the urine revealed Salmonella organisms

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not impact symmetry indices. Changing leash sides influenced symmetry indices of the dogs’ forelimbs (with dogs shifting their weight toward the forelimb opposite the leash) but did not alter symmetry indices of their hind limbs. See page 1215

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