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this dog so the presence or absence of systemic atherosclerotic plaques could not be determined. Atherosclerosis in dogs has been associated with hypothyroidism and diabetes mellitus. 9,10 Shetland Sheepdogs are predisposed to hypothyroidism, 11 but

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,2 Other differential diagnoses for aortic aneurysms in dogs include hypertension, atherosclerosis, or spontaneous dissecting aneurysms, which has been reported to be a familial trait in Leonbergers. 4 Spondylitis of thoracic vertebrae is a common finding

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research applications. For example, Balb/c mice are commonly used in infectious disease studies. The C57BL/6 mice develop diet-induced atherosclerosis and are often used as a background strain in the development of transgenic mice. AKR, C58, and NOD

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arteriolopathy of the VSA in a cat. Comments Arteriosclerosis is a general term for stiffening of arteries and has been subclassified as atherosclerosis, Mönckeberg medial calcific sclerosis, and arteriolosclerosis. 1 Atherosclerosis is characterized by

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virus can also cause degeneration and inflammation of peripheral nerves, demyelination and vasogenic edema in the CNS and peripheral nervous system, immunosuppression (via thymic and bursal atrophy), atherosclerosis, and decreased egg production in

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