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physicochemical properties of the drug: it may lead to a high affinity to the alveolar epithelial lining fluid and/or bronchoalveolar lavage cells as it happened for other drugs such as tulathromycin. 44 Although few studies are available in the literature on the

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hypothesis that BWT and bronchial collapse are more common in brachycephalic dogs, especially dogs with BOAS, and to understand the pathologic process. However, sampling of the bronchial wall or bronchoalveolar lavage was not available in these patients owing

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