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hypoperfusion. Type B hyperlactatemia occurs due to various etiologies, such as neoplastic disease, acute hepatic disease, chronic renal disease, hyperthyroidism, diabetes mellitus, sepsis, alkalosis, and various drugs or toxins, 8 many of which were ruled

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of IVRA in human patients. Patient factors including age, whether or not food has been withheld prior to anesthesia, pregnancy, concurrent disease (eg, hepatic disease, renal disease, and diabetes mellitus), and results of laboratory tests (eg

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History A 10-year-old 7.9-kg (17.4-lb) spayed female Miniature Schnauzer was referred to the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center for phacoemulsification of bilateral cataracts. The dog had a history of diabetes mellitus that

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