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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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ferret was evaluated because of chronic weight loss, retching, diarrhea, and lethargy. Radiography revealed a pulmonary bronchointerstitial pattern, and abdominal ultrasonography revealed mesenteric lymphadenopathy. Histologic evaluation of an abdominal

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cavity abnormalities that substantially affect movement of the mandible during mastication. In a study of 34 pregnant mares, however, rostrocaudal mobility of the mandible was not significantly associated with weight gain, feed digestibility, or fecal

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, lethargy, weight loss, and intermittent vomiting and regurgitation 1341 Diagnostic Imaging in Veterinary Dental Practice A 17-month-old llama referred for evaluation of a mass involving the rostral portion of the mandible 1343 Public

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unilateral nasal discharge 1195 Scientific Reports SMALL ANIMALS Congenital tarsal hyperextension in three cats 1200 Three kittens were examined because of severe tarsal hyperextension in which weight was borne on the cranial aspect of

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without hyperlactatemia were 3.23 (95% confidence interval, 1.04 to 9.43) times as likely to survive, compared with hypotensive dogs with hyperlactatemia. Age, weight, severity of clinical illness, and duration of hospitalization did not differ

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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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-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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