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Jeffcott LB . Equine laminitis—another hypothesis for pathogenesis . Med Hypotheses 1989 ; 30 : 203 – 210 . 10.1016/0306-9877(89)90062-5 23 Consentino F Luscher TF . Endothelial dysfunction in diabetes mellitus . J Cardiovasc Pharmacol

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obesity, diabetes mellitus, impaired circulation, and reduced skin thickness. 17 When determining the amount of heat that is acceptable to apply to a given tissue, both temperature and time are important factors. To mimic a typical clinical scenario, we

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tissue sections from horses with PPID, compared with findings for control horses. Tendons of rats and humans without diabetes mellitus harbor a population of insulin-producing, pancreatic beta-cell–like cells. 14 In rats with induced diabetes mellitus

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diabetes mellitus and a variety of neoplasms and infectious agents) frequently result in glomerular damage. Although primary vasculopathies are rare in dogs, glomerular disease and proteinuria secondary to systemic diseases (typically diseases associated

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pulmonary disease, hyperadrenocorticism, diabetes mellitus, and disuse atrophy, 13–17 and loss of muscle mass is positively associated with the patient mortality rate in other species. 18,19 Additionally, further elucidation of equine muscle physiology

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in any purebred or mixed-breed dog. Negative health effects associated with obesity include increased incidence and progression rate of osteoarthritis, reduced cardiopulmonary function, diabetes mellitus, and premature death. 10,11 Obesity has also

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