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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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survival rate (9/10) than did calves that did not reach this threshold (4/10). See PAGE 289 Cryptosporidiosis in 20 alpaca crias Cryptosporidiosis was diagnosed in 20 alpaca crias examined because of diarrhea, weight loss, and poor appetite

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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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morphometric method and body fat index system to estimate body composition in overweight and obese dogs Excess weight and obesity have become more common in pet dogs in recent years, but owners are often poor judges of their pet's body condition. Development

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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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, signs of depression, tachycardia, and weight loss. The diagnosis was made on the basis of abdominal ultrasonography, exploratory celiotomy, palpation per rectum, and necropsy. Only 15 (24.6%) horses survived to discharge. Multiple bacterial isolates were

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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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/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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, 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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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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