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severe thrombocytopenia. Cytologic examination revealed nonmegakaryocytic abnormalities in 4 of 19 dogs with mild to moderate thrombocytopenia. See PAGE 1540 RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Total and ionized calcium status in dogs with blastomycosis

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activities. See page 286 Risk factors for calcium carbonate urolithiasis in goats As pet goats are becoming increasingly popular in the United States, uroliths are being detected with increasing frequency. But, information is lacking on risk

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response to a report from a consumer or veterinarian concerning a cat that had clinical signs consistent with thiamine deficiency. See page 649 Calcium, phosphorus, and selected trace mineral content of dry foods formulated for dogs Attention

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performed because a palpable mass was detected in the area of the duodenocolic ligament. See page 1129 Prognostic role of the serum calcium-phosphorus concentration product in dogs with chronic kidney disease Results of a new study suggest that

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following administration to animals. All product labels conformed with FDA regulations. See PAGE 209 Composition and characteristics of urinary calculi from guinea pigs Historical information and anecdotal reports have suggested that calcium

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) was an effective and practical option that could result in long-term resolution. Thirteen of the 14 abscesses resolved. Mean ± SD number of packing procedures to obtain resolution was 4.8 ± 2.2. See page 1444 Calcium folinate for management

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autoagglutination, compared with dogs that only had IgG on erythrocytes. See page 227 Preoperative serum ionized calcium and parathyroid hormone concentrations as predictors of hypocalcemia following parathyroidectomy in dogs with primary

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. Serum parathyroid hormone concentration (2.30 pmol/L) was low, and a diagnosis of hypoparathyroidism was made. Calcium and dihydrotachysterol were administered, and the attitude of the ferret improved and its seizures ceased as blood calcium

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calcium concentration of 16 mg/dL; radiographic and ultrasonographic examination revealed radiodense and hyperechoic structures in both renal pelves and right-sided nephrolithiasis. Nephrotomy was performed via laparotomy with a right lateral approach, and

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sinuscopy. Renal transplantation in cats with calcium oxalate urolithiasis 743 Current guidelines suggest that renal transplantation not be performed in cats with renal failure secondary to calcium oxalate urolithiasis because of concerns that uroliths

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