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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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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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, weight loss, and diarrhea of 2.5 month's duration. Dermatologic lesions consisted of alopecia, thickening, erythema, and follicular casting. A diagnosis of leishmaniasis was confirmed by means of ELISA detection of antibodies against Leishmania spp, a

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source of barium for the dog was unknown. See page 547 Thoracoscopic subtotal pericardectomy and right atrial mass resection in a dog Physical examination of a 10-year-old dog with a 3-week history of lethargy and weight gain revealed muffled

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in a cat A 16-year-old cat with a history of vomiting, anorexia, and weight loss was found to have a 3 × 6-cm mass in the right medial lobe of the liver. Transcatheter arterial embolization was selected because surgery (the standard first

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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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with secretory B-cell lymphoma with Mott cell differentiation A 9-year-old mixed-breed dog examined because of a hepatic mass and a 7-year-old Boston Terrier examined because of bloody vomitus, diarrhea, and weight loss were both found to have

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viremia, weight change, number of days of hospitalization, or cost of treatment. See page 700 A systematic review of the safety of potassium bromide in dogs Because KBr is commonly used for treatment of idiopathic epilepsy in dogs, obtaining

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female green iguana A 9-year-old spayed female green iguana was evaluated because of a distended coelom and weight loss. Physical examination revealed a mass within the coelomic cavity, and ultrasonography revealed a large, irregular mass with

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approximately $165 million annually, of which costs associated with the death, treatment, and decreased weaning weight of BRD-affected calves were approximately $126, $25, and $15 million, respectively. Results indicated that although BRD in preweaned calves may

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