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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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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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not impact symmetry indices. Changing leash sides influenced symmetry indices of the dogs’ forelimbs (with dogs shifting their weight toward the forelimb opposite the leash) but did not alter symmetry indices of their hind limbs. See page 1215

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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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,5,3′-triiodothyronine in a dog A 7-year-old Havanese was evaluated at a veterinary teaching hospital because of a 12-week history of hyperactivity, aggression, and progressive weight loss. Serum 3,5,3′-triiodothyronine and free T3 concentrations were high, and serum

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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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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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-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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included inappetence, lethargy, and weight loss. Results of laboratory tests were variable, and values for liver enzyme activities were typically within reference limits or only slightly high. Most horses had high peritoneal nucleated cell counts

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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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