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In adults, cartilage has limited potential for natural repair and thus injuries typically result in the progression of osteoarthritis. 1 The study of osteoarthritis is of particular interest in equine medicine because joint injury and joint

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indicators can also be affected by factors other than renal insufficiency. Therefore, early biomarkers of AKI are needed to enable clinicians to detect patients with injury or at risk for ARF because of an overdose of an NSAID, which will allow for early

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Gunshot injuries represent a small subset of traumatic injuries in veterinary patients, compared with other causes of trauma, and are potentially devastating. 1 Previous surveys of urban patient populations have demonstrated that most trauma is

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Acute kidney injury is an abrupt decline in renal function that results in a life-threatening condition in dogs. In young dogs, mild AKI is often self-resolving and the damaged function of the kidney is restored. 1 However, AKI causes severe

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injury 4–7 Microdamage accumulates and has been associated with lameness, MCPJ/MTPJ arthritis, and condylar fracture in horses that are unable to repair the damage as they train. 4,5,8–14 Cumulative stress-induced bone injury, termed stress remodeling

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History A 10-year-old 43.5-kg neutered male Shepherd-type dog with a body condition score of 4/9 was referred due to 48 hours of acute anuric kidney injury with aortic thrombosis (Ath). The dog had had an episode of weakness of the hind limbs

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tachypneic (40 breaths/min) with notable abdominal effort on respiration. Thoracic auscultation revealed decreased to absent bronchovesicular lung and cardiac sounds in the right hemithorax. No obvious external injuries such as bruising or puncture wounds

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A 12-year-old mixed-breed mare (horse 1) was examined for chronic lameness that failed to resolve following a year of rest involving paddock turnout with no riding. No specific injury was witnessed at the initial onset of lameness. Physical

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Surgical repair options for ligamentous injury of the canine tarsal joint are limited. Current recommendations include a primary repair technique, replacement of the MCL with a prosthetic suture, use of temporary transarticular external skeletal

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Spinal cord injuries often result in a grave prognosis for motor and sensory function. Common causes in dogs include vertebral fracture, IVDH, and ischemic myelopathy. In small animal practice, IVDH is the most common cause of SCI and is often

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