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atherosclerosis with intralesional fungal hyphae and moderate hydronephrosis ( Figures 2 and 3 ), necrotizing osteochondritis of the sternebrae with intralesional fungal hyphae ( Figure 4 ), moderate osteosclerosis and periosteal ossification of the fourth through

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CL . Ultrasonographic diagnosis of pericardial effusion and atrial dilatation in a spur-thighed tortoise (Testudo graeca). Vet Rec 2000 ; 146 : 183 – 185 . 10.1136/vr.146.7.183 10. Schilliger L Lemberger K Chai N , et al. Atherosclerosis

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in the following diagnoses: obesity with decreased pectoral muscle mass, mild to moderate diffuse osteoporosis, mild stifle osteoarthritis, moderate pulmonary edema and multifocal lung parenchymal mineralizations, severe multifocal atherosclerosis

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. Kanse SM , Parahuleva M , Muhl L , Kemkes-Matthes B , Sedding D , Preissner KT . Factor VII-activating protease (FSAP): vascular functions and role in atherosclerosis . Thromb Haemost . 2008 ; 99 : 286 – 289 . 10.1160/TH07

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.1016/0026-0495(89)90122-4 23. Hayek T Fuhrman B Levy Y , et al. Intralipid infusion in patients with familial hypercholesterolemia. Effect of serum and plasma lipoproteins on platelet aggregation and on macrophage cholesterol metabolism . Atherosclerosis 1990 ; 81

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involving several animals can yield valuable information about lipid metabolism in the species being examined and also contribute to a better understanding of the pathophysiologic aspects of hypercholesterolemia and atherosclerosis. 7 In domestic animals

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response to severe systemic disease; diffuse dermal angiomatosis, which develops in association with severe atherosclerosis; pseudo-Kaposi sarcoma; and several other syndromes that have not been reported in veterinary medicine. 7 Angiomatosis is known to

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this topic in small companion animals, such as dogs and cats. One of the reasons is that compared to humans, cats and dogs are typically resistant to coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction, cerebral vascular stroke, and atherosclerosis. Thus

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BW and ICV. 13 In human medicine, increasing age, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia are risk factors for occlusive lesions in intracranial arteries and atherosclerosis, and those factors may also contribute to artery angiostenosis

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cardiac death in adult humans is acute myocardial infarction and heart failure caused by coronary atherosclerosis. 5 This notable difference, combined with the postural and metabolic differences between chimpanzees and humans, 6 suggests that the 2

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