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increased odds of injury included Border Collie breed (OR, 2.3; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.5 to 3.3), long nails (OR, 2.4; 95% CI, 1.3 to 4.5), absence of front dewclaws (OR, 1.9; 95% CI, 1.3 to 2.6), and greater weight-to-height ratio (OR, 1.5; 95% CI

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of CKD and location of nephroliths in the kidney. Age, weight, sex, and breed did not differ between the 2 groups. See page 770 Spinal neurenteric cyst in a dog Magnetic resonance imaging of an 11-year-old English Cocker Spaniel with

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nonsurvivors in regard to age, body weight, or sex. Dogs prescribed a caloric supplement fed every 2 to 4 hours had a mortality rate of 19% (16/85). Most of these dogs had also received fluids SC, an antiemetic, and antimicrobials. See page 1035

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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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ulcerations or erosions, anorexia, weight loss, and lameness that typically lasted > 7 days. The EHDV outbreak in cattle coincided with an EHDV outbreak in deer in the region. See page 190 Financial expectations of first-year veterinary students

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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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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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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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developed a seroma had significantly greater total drain fluid volume relative to body weight and greater fluid production rate at 24 and 72 hours. Dogs in which drains were removed when fluid production rate was > 0.2 mL/kg/h (0.09 mL/lb/h) were

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JAVMA News Veterinarians and industries have been adapting as pre-slaughter livestock weights have risen, particularly in the past 25 years. In other news, the federal government will not provide funding to inspect U.S. horse slaughter

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