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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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Five horses examined because of poor appetite, weight loss, fever, tachypnea, and respiratory distress were found to have multinodular pulmonary fibrosis. Radiographic and ultrasonographic examinations revealed a severe nodular interstitial pattern, and

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nonsurgical (physical therapy, weight loss, and NSAIDs) treatment or nonsurgical treatment alone, dogs that received the combination treatment had better outcomes than did dogs that received nonsurgical treatment alone. However, almost two-thirds (7/11) of the

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control dogs, an increase in physical status grade, urgency of the procedure, age, or intended duration of the procedure; a decrease in body weight; anesthesia for a major versus a minor procedure; and use of injectable agents for anesthetic induction and

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records for 27 potbellied pigs (14 female and 13 male) ranging in age from 0.25 to 15 years old and ranging in body weight from 5.9 to 169 kg (13.0 to 371.8 lb) that were anesthetized on 32 occasions suggested that a variety of anesthetic agent

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phytobezoars caused by ingestion of persimmon in equids Ten horses, 2 donkeys, and 1 pony were examined because of signs of colic (n = 7), weight loss (6), anorexia (3), and diarrhea (2), and a diagnosis of phytobezoar caused by persimmon ingestion was made

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. At diagnosis, 11 of the 13 long-term survivors had a body weight ≥ 10 kg, PCV ≥ 35%, absence of ionized hypercalcemia, centroblastic lymphoma, immunophenotype B, absence of bone marrow involvement, lymphoma stage I through IV, and no previous

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hypertension in a dog with a functional thyroid gland adenocarcinoma A 12-year-old dog with a long-term history of panting, polyuria, polydipsia, weight loss, hind limb weakness, and poor appetite was evaluated for hypertension. Doppler sphygmomanometry

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, and 4 died of unrelated reasons. Long-term prognosis was considered excellent for 15 calves and fair for 4 calves. Age, body weight, type and location of the fracture, need for reinforcement of the repair, and quality of the reduction were not

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.2%) procedures. Factors significantly associated with a higher rate of complications were increased body weight and decreased age at the time of surgery. See PAGE 229 Use of a balloon-expandable stent to relieve malignant urethral obstruction in a cat

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