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secondary hyperparathyroidism, 1 chronic renal disease, 2 primary hyperparathyroidism, 3 pseudohyperparathyroidism, 4 and vitamin D toxicosis. 5 Alterations in serum Ca and magnesium (Mg) are also common in horses with gastrointestinal diseases (colic

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; 34 – 40 . 9. Benson KG . Reptilian gastrointestinal diseases . Sem Avian Exotic Pet Med 1999 ; 8 : 90 – 97 . 10.1016/S1055-937X(99)80041-3 10. Schultze AE , Mason GL , Clyde VL . Lymphosarcoma with leukemic blood profile in a

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inclusion criteria for dogs in that study 5 and some of the clinicopathologic results for those dogs have been reported. Briefly, dogs were included in that study 5 on the basis of clinical signs consistent with chronic gastrointestinal disease (ie

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, Hersberger M , Melliger RH , Reusch CE , Kook PH . Effects of 6 weeks of parenteral cobalamin supplementation on clinical and biochemical variables in cats with gastrointestinal disease . J Vet Intern Med. 2017 ; 31 ( 6 ): 1664 – 1672 . 10

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these 8 dogs, 3 died of known gastrointestinal cancer. Six dogs were euthanized (n = 3) or died (3) of causes other than gastrointestinal disease. Median survival time for all dogs was 919 days (range, 11 to 4,249 days). Four of 20 dogs (20%) were still

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, Fubini SL , Todhunter RJ . Retrospective evaluation of repeat celiotomy in 53 horses with acute gastrointestinal disease . Vet Surg 1989 ; 18 : 424 – 431 . 13. Gorvy DA , Barrie Edwards G , Proudman CJ . Intra-abdominal adhesions

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of primary gastrointestinal disease on pancreatic enzyme levels and the validity of pancreatic screening tests in patients with multiple concurrent disease processes. The primary significant finding in the present study was an association between

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%) rabbits, and 23 (46%) rabbits had radiographic evidence of concurrent abnormalities that did not involve the gastrointestinal tract. Among the rabbits with radiographic evidence of gastrointestinal disease, functional gastrointestinal stasis or ileus was

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ratio of ≥ 2.0 is abnormal in cats. It has been previously suggested that the SID of cats without gastrointestinal disease should not exceed twice the height of the central portion of L4. 7,8 The central portion is approximately 0.8 the height of the L4

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classify the condition as an inflammatory integument condition. Anal gland infections were reported as inflammatory gastrointestinal disease rather than integument disease. All designations were assigned by a veterinary student (ACS) and supervised and

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