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of laryngeal collapse  1 125 (29.6)  2 202 (47.8)  3 70 (16.5)  None 26 (6.1) Esophagogastroduodenal lesion 94 (22.2) Lymphoplasmacytic esophagitis 24 (5.7) Lymphoplasmacytic gastritis 38 (8

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(NSAIDs), 7 but investigations of these etiologies in horses have shown no associations. 8 – 10 There is also evidence of gastric microbiome changes associated with gastritis in the absence of H pylori . 11 , 12 Gastrointestinal syndrome (GIS), which

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appetite and was discharged from the hospital. Histologic examination of the endoscopic biopsy specimens revealed mild to moderate lymphocytic plasmacytic enteritis and mild erosive gastritis. Two weeks later, the owner was contacted by telephone; the cat

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euthanatized revealed gastritis, necrotizing typhlocolitis, and multifocal hepatitis, which were consistent with, but not pathognomonic for, toxic effects of NSAIDs. 1 Attempts to isolate Clostridium difficile toxin yielded negative results, and serial

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clinical disease characterized by severe gastritis, dehydration, weight loss, submandibular edema, and anemia. 1 Historically, H contortus infections have been controlled with conventional anthelmintics. However, studies 2 , 3 have shown an increase in

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disease, NSAID treatment, and corticosteroid treatment. Gastritis, inflammatory bowel disease, renal failure, shock, recent surgery, intervertebral disk disease, stress, mast cell disease, gastric neoplasia, Helicobacter spp infection, and gastrinoma

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-induced gastritis, 7 and various other conditions. More commonly, an underlying cause cannot be identified, and the condition is referred to as idiopathic delayed gastric emptying. 2 Gastric motility can be evaluated indirectly by measuring the myoelectric

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al. Comparison of effects of cimetidine and omeprazole on mechanically created gastric ulceration and on aspirin-induced gastritis in dogs . Am J Vet Res 1991 ; 52 : 658 – 661 .

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has also proven ineffective and has been associated with various adverse effects, including severe nausea, vomiting, gastritis, sinus tachycardia, muscle tenderness, and a burning sensation at the injection site. 24 In the dog described in the present

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, Pomeranian, and German Shepherd Dog. Dogs ranged from 1.5 months to 14.5 years of age (median age, 4.0 years). There were 23 males and 27 females. Dogs were evaluated at the emergency service, and tentative diagnoses included gastritis or pancreatitis (n = 8

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