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bioavailable when administered PO to dogs. 12 However, despite the apparent safety of glucosamine, 13–15 veterinarians have expressed concern that glucosamine supplementation may cause diabetes mellitus or make the regulation of diabetic patients more

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, hypertension, cystitis, and diabetes mellitus. 6,23–27 No additional data were extracted to validate these diagnoses, which had been made by the attending veterinarians; however, we believed that any degree of misclassification in these diagnoses would be

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(congenital, juvenile [1 to 4 years], adult [> 4 to 8 years], or senile [> 8 years]), stage of cataract (immature, mature, or hypermature), cause of the cataract (ie, trauma or diabetes mellitus), presence of lens-induced uveitis (yes or no), preexisting

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However, diabetes mellitus was the most common concurrent disease in a retrospective study 2 of dogs with hypothyroidism, and hypothyroidism was one of the most commonly diagnosed concurrent disorders in dogs with diabetes mellitus. 3 Findings in dogs

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Obese dogs, like obese humans, have components of the metabolic syndrome such as insulin resistance. 1 However, type 2 diabetes mellitus, an obesity-associated disease, has not been rigorously documented in dogs. 2 Type 2 diabetes mellitus

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testing revealed proteinuria (1+) and glucosuria (4+). Results of bacteriologic culture of urine were negative. Abdominal ultrasonography revealed multiple hypoechoic nodules in the pancreas, with no other abnormalities. Diabetes mellitus was diagnosed. At

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mineralocorticoid effect 13,14 ; 2) plasma volume expansion, such as occurs in humans with hyperglycemia caused by uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, 15 as a result of glucose intolerance induced in cats by exogenous corticosteroids 16,17 ; 3) left ventricular

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hepatobiliary disease, adrenal gland dysfunction, neurologic disease, immune-mediated disease, gastrointestinal tract disease, portosystemic vascular anomaly, renal disease, infectious disease, cardiac disease, diabetes mellitus, and miscellaneous disorders. A

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directly attached to a recording device, “flash” glucose monitor systems (FGMS) allow for the results to be collected by scanning the FGMS with a reader. FGMSs are routinely used by human patients with diabetes mellitus (FreeStyle Libre 14-day system

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point on or before the date of study entry (ie, arthritis, leptospirosis, toxoplasmosis, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, periodontal disease, overweight or obese condition, hyperthyroidism, heart disease [undifferentiated], upper respiratory tract

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