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atherosclerosis in pet psittacine birds Results of a new study suggest that infection with Chlamydophila psittaci and high plasma cholesterol concentration may be risk factors for atherosclerosis in pet psittacine birds. In the study, necropsy reports were

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signalment and history was provided. See page 1688 Prevalence of and risk factors associated with atherosclerosis in psittacine birds Information is lacking on the prevalence of and risk factors for atherosclerosis in psittacine birds. In a

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, and administration of dantrolene, clindamycin, furosemide, mannitol, and enrofloxacin. The dog made a rapid and complete recovery. See PAGE 1049 Chronic cor pulmonale secondary to pulmonary atherosclerosis in an African Grey parrot A

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NUTRITION Modification of dietary omega-3 fatty acids for birds with atherosclerosis Many avian species naturally develop or are easily induced to develop atherosclerosis. Various studies have explored the effect of providing supplemental unsaturated

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treatment and were enucleated. See page 201 Ischemic necrosis of the digits and hyperlipidemia associated with atherosclerosis in a Miniature American Shepherd A 2.5-year-old Miniature American Shepherd was referred because of a crusted lesion

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