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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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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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median weight was 38 kg (83.6 lb; range, 21 to 80 kg [46.2 to 176 lb]). Dogs that developed a surgical-site infection after limb-sparing surgery had a significantly improved prognosis > 1 year after osteosarcoma diagnosis, compared with dogs that did not

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variables. Recent weight loss, particularly in combination with other factors, was suggested to warrant an assessment for CKD. See page 320 Evaluation of the radiographic infrapatellar fat pad sign as a risk factor for subsequent contralateral

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small bowel disease is associated with chronic vomiting, weight loss, chronic diarrhea, or a combination of these signs. Owners may ignore these signs or consider them to be normal, but results of a review of medical records for 100 cats with various

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exuding purulent material. The metacarpophalan-geal joint was severely hyperextended during weight bearing, and ultrasonography revealed desmitis of the proximal suspensory ligament, a large core lesion of the deep digital flexor tendon, and complete loss

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/31 [58%]) turtles. Prevalence of bilateral radiographic abnormalities was positively correlated with body weight and carapace length. See page 675 Impact of disinfectant-filled foot mats on mechanical transmission of bacteria in a veterinary

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meniscal release had a high incidence of subsequent injury, and meniscal tear was the most common complication requiring a second surgery. High body weight and a high preoperative patellar tendon angle were significantly associated with the development of

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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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