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antimicrobial susceptibility test data. As the authors of that study 11 noted, however, most dogs examined at their institution with signs suggestive of a retrobulbar abscess did not have sampling performed, suggesting that their study population may have

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. Samples of this material were submitted for bacterial culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing, but no etiologic agents could be isolated. Visual evaluation of the bursa confirmed the synovium was markedly thickened and proliferative ( Figure 3

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analyzed by Idexx Laboratory using a commercially available assay validated in dogs. 26 Urine was submitted to the UWVC Microbiology Laboratory for routine aerobic bacteriologic culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing. Urine was submitted

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susceptibility testing, when available. Turtles were examined weekly by the attending veterinarians. Staging and removal of plates and screws and wire were initiated when the fractures showed signs of sufficient stabilization by palpation. Following hardware

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