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In dogs with metabolically unstable diabetes mellitus, production of ketone bodies exceeds utilization of them for energy, resulting in an increase in serum ketone concentration. Most diabetic dogs have serum ketone concentrations that are higher

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.4* (0.28–0.65) — — — Disease of blood and blood-forming organs 87 58.2 1.5* (1.20–1.84) ≤ 5 ≤ 5 1.2 (0.24–3.42) Diabetes mellitus 184 268.0 0.7* (0.59–0.79) 6 15.7 0.4* (0.14–0.83) Mental and psychological

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hyperadrenocorticism have a more moderate response to exogenously administered ACTH. 9,10 Patients with diabetes mellitus, preexisting hepatic compromise, or renal failure were ineligible for the trial; in addition, dogs with distant metastasis of an adrenal gland

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. 2006 ; 169 ( 6 ): 2042 – 2053 . 38. O’Neill S , Drobatz K , Satyaraj E , Hess R . Evaluation of cytokines and hormones in dogs before and after treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis and in uncomplicated diabetes mellitus . Vet Immunol

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to guide the correct antimicrobial choice. Endocrine comorbidities were recorded if the medical record documented the diagnosis of, or response to treatment for, the following conditions: hypothyroidism, hyperadrenocorticism, diabetes mellitus, and

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