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both in veterinary and human medicine for organs such as the skin, 9,10 stomach, 11 and vagina. 12 In these organs, changes in pH are associated with atopic dermatitis, 13 gastritis, 14 and vaginal infections, 15 respectively. In humans, tear

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MD , Nelson SL , Efficacy of omeprazole for the prevention of exercise-induced gastritis in racing Alaskan sled dogs . J Vet Intern Med 2003 ; 17 : 163 – 166 . 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2003.tb02428.x 30. Tolbert K , Bissett S , King

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) are known to decrease gastric acid secretion in both dogs and people and are routinely used to treat esophagitis and gastritis. 33 – 35 Preoperative administration of an H2-blocker significantly reduces the incidence of PONV in people, particularly

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(24%) animals dying within 1 month after the surgical procedure. Causes of death in those cases included sepsis (n = 2), postoperative debilitation (5), chronic gastritis (2), or dehiscence (3). Rumenotomy involves opening and closing the rumen

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disease, given that it improved once melena resolved. Subclinical infection with Helicobacter mustelae was suspected as the cause of melena, whereas stress caused by concurrent disease can lead to exacerbation of gastritis and ulcers in domestic ferrets

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associated with a number of complications, including reflux of bile into the stomach (alkaline gastritis), ascending cholangitis and cholangiohepatitis, and stricture or leakage of the anastomosis. 26,27 As indicated by results of multivariate analysis in

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erosion (1/6 [16.67%]) and mild chronic erosion (1/6 [16.67%]). Other gastrointestinal findings included minimal chronic lymphocytic gastritis (1/6 [16.67%]), mild lymphocytic to histiocytic enteritis (1/6 [16.67%]), and mild heterophilic to histiocytic

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pyloric gastritis. Perimortem bloodwork showed normal cPLI (29 µg/L), high cobalamin (1398 ng/L), low folate (4.28 µg/L), and cTLI below the limit of detection. Case 3 died of blastomycosis with no gastrointestinal signs. Perimortem bloodwork showed normal

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laboratory group for in vivo studies of distemper in dogs, 45 parainfluenza in dogs, 46 canine parvovirus infection, 47 Helicobacter pylori –associated gastritis in gnotobiotic swine, 35,41–43 and PCV2 infection. 38–40 In all of these host

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gastrointestinal lesions, such as mild gastritis. Also, the SHM method was evaluated for only 1 dose (0.1 mL) of SHM, and the dose of SHM might affect the image factors assessed. Finally, all dogs of the present study were apparently healthy, and the scanning

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