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production of erythrocytes as a result of bone marrow disease (eg, hypoplasia or aplasia associated with toxic, infectious, or idiopathic states), or metabolic, neoplastic, inflammatory, and infectious diseases that secondarily affect erythropoiesis. 2 The

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University, for “Quantifying urine elimination behaviors in cats using a video recording system”; Dr. E. Hathaway Fiocchi, small animal internal medicine, University of Pennsylvania, for “The use of darbepoetin alfa to stimulate erythropoiesis in dogs with

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sodium bromide on erythropoiesis . Pol Arch Med Wewn 1956 ; 26 : 1365 – 1374 . 23. Pfeifle J Grieben U Bork K . Bromoderma tuberosum caused by anticonvulsive treatment with potassium bromide [in German] . Hautarzt 1992 ; 43 : 792 – 794

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volume is less than 25%, consider iron supplementation with or without an erythropoiesis-stimulating agent. Metabolic acidosis : Cats with CKD and metabolic acidosis will not feel well and may be anorexic. Renal diets help address acidosis. However

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