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for diabetes mellitus following renal transplantation in cats In humans, there is a significantly increased risk of developing diabetes mellitus following renal transplantation. In a study of 187 cats that underwent renal transplantation, it was

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is likely multifactorial. See page 66 Detemir insulin for the treatment of diabetes mellitus in dogs The only insulin preparation currently approved for use in dogs with diabetes mellitus is a porcine insulin zinc suspension, but this

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Glargine insulin for treatment of naturally occurring diabetes mellitus in dogs Glargine insulin is a human insulin analogue that in human patients, forms microprecipitates when injected SC, with slow, prolonged, relatively constant release of insulin

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diabetes mellitus Previous studies have reported widely varying survival times after diagnosis for cats with diabetes mellitus, but some of these studies did not account for factors that might affect survival time. In a review of medical records for 114

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virus infection, but infection in other species has been reported on occasion. See PAGE 1302 Acid-base and hormonal abnormalities in dogs with naturally occurring diabetes mellitus Hormones other than insulin play an important role in

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time and preventing the introduction of invalid information into the decision-making process. See page 496 Dietary fiber concentration and composition of commercial diets used for management of diabetes mellitus, obesity, and dietary fat

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solicitation at the beginning of the interview. See page 1609 Multiple endocrine diseases in dogs In a study of 35 dogs with 2 or more endocrine disorders, the most common combination of endocrine disorders was diabetes mellitus and

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dietary fiber composition of diets used to manage obesity and diabetes mellitus in cats Diets high in fiber may be useful in the management of obesity or diabetes mellitus in cats. However, in a study of 10 dry veterinary, 12 canned veterinary, and 3

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.4%) cows that underwent laparoscopy-guided abomasopexy. See PAGE 1700 Chronic pancreatitis with secondary diabetes mellitus treated with insulin in an adult California sea lion A 21-year-old captive male California sea lion was examined because

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curves in cats Home monitoring of blood glucose concentration has become an important tool in the long-term management of cats with diabetes mellitus, but little is known about the day-to-day variations in blood glucose concentration that occur in

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