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LAS in 14 of 18 patients. These included liver biopsy (n = 11), esophagostomy tube placement (2), laparoscopic-assisted gastropexy (1), percutaneous cystolithotomy (1), ovariohysterectomy (1), pancreatic biopsy (1), gastrointestinal biopsies (1

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. Elizabeth Appleman for contributions to the case and Dr. Taryn Donovan for providing photomicrographs of H&E-stained slides. ABBREVIATIONS CRI Continuous rate infusion ET Esophagostomy tube SUB Subcutaneous ureteral bypass Footnotes a

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the antegrade pyelography group and included abdominal surgeries (n = 7), esophagostomy tube placement (4 [2 of which were performed with concurrent abdominal surgery]), fine-needle aspiration of intra-abdominal lesions (3), colonoscopy (1), and

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TPN and a PEG tube, and 1 dog was treated with TPN and a surgically placed gastrostomy tube. Ten dogs were fed orally with either gruel or meatballs. One dog was managed with an esophagostomy tube, and 2 dogs did not receive nutritional support during

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second surgery. Specimens of each tumor were submitted for histologic evaluation. Sternal lymph nodes were excised in 1 cat and 1 dog. All patients had thoracic drain tubes placed during surgery, 1 cat had an esophagostomy tube placed, and routine closure

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:YAG laser lithotriptor for 1 renal unit. Additional procedures performed at the time of ENL included esophagostomy tube placement and stem cell harvesting of falciform and omental fat (n = 1), esophagostomy tube placement (1), liver biopsy with ameroid

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examination (of cats with fractious behavior; 6/40 [15%]; 5 cases and 1 control), esophagostomy tube placement (5/40 [13%]; cases only), fight-wound treatment (5/40 [13%]; 4 cases and 1 control), IV catheter placement (4/40 [10%]; 3 cases and 1 control), enema

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esophagostomy tube was placed prior to recovery in the event the patient developed clinical evidence of pancreatitis and enteral supplementation was needed. Recovery from the procedure was uneventful. Figure 4— Endoscopic images acquired during

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-prepared exclusion diet (cooked chicken and rice; 2 dogs in group A), nutritional support through a gastrostomy tube with a liquid critical care diet n (2 dogs in group A), or nutritional support through an esophagostomy tube either with a liquid critical care diet

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