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the first report of postanesthetic death in a horse associated with intra-abdominal hemorrhage from an occult pheochromocytoma. Although rare, hemoabdomen secondary to a neoplastic process should be considered in the differential diagnosis for horses

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mild myxomatous mitral valve disease. There was no evidence of occult dilated cardiomyopathy. Four days after initial evaluation, there was no evidence of weakness or rhythm disturbances; serum electrolyte concentrations were within reference ranges

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specimens collected from both bears were also submitted for detection of parvovirus (by use of an ELISA) and occult blood. Bacterial, viral, and toxin tests yielded negative results, but occult blood was evident in fecal specimens from both bears. Because

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finding had been confirmed via detection of a high serum free calcium concentration, might have indicated occult neoplasia (hypercalcemia of malignancy). The mildly low serum albumin-to-globulin concentration ratio and mild neutrophilia in the cat were

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correction commonly involves a combination of procedures that deepen the trochlear groove via a wedge or block recession, transpose the tibial tuberosity, and imbricate or release periarticular soft tissues. It has been reported that for every occult grade

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substantial carprofen-induced gross lesions of the mucosa were observed. 6-8 In the present study, gastroscopy was not performed on the client-owned dogs. We did not test feces for occult blood because diet can affect the specificity of peroxidase-based tests

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orbit was evident. Gross thickening, alopecia, and hyperkeratinization of the periorbital skin were observed, mainly on the upper eyelid, which was suspected to be an occult periocular sarcoid. Enophthalmos with deviation of the globe dorsally and

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microalbuminuria, in conjunction with other screening procedures, may increase identification of occult disease in cats, although prospective studies are needed to determine the predictive value of screening for microalbuminuria. See PAGE 1165 CLINICAL

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occult cardiomyopathy is challenging, it is possible that those 2 dogs were not actually healthy. Complex ventricular arrhythmias are thought to be uncommon in healthy dogs. Previous studies 9–12 of healthy dogs reported no ventricular couplets or

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records review Data collected included breed or breed type, age at treatment, and sex of the patient; anatomic location, size, and type of sarcoids (occult, nodular, verrucous, fibroblastic, or mixed 7 ); presence and number of multiple tumors if

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