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History A 7-year-old castrated male domestic shorthair cat was evaluated for lethargy and decreased appetite of 2 weeks' duration. The owners reported that the cat alternated between an indoor and outdoor environment. On physical examination

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-intracellulare complex, are endemic worldwide, stable in the environment, and difficult to eradicate. 1,2 Mycobacteriosis can cause 3 syndromes: classic tuberculosis, paratuberculosis, and atypical (diffuse) mycobacteriosis in which granulomatous lesions are not present

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, undefined cellular environment. These findings were interpreted as malignant melanoma of the mandibular salivary gland or regional lymph nodes. No abnormalities were detected on radiographs of the thorax. Because of the peculiar location of this mass

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efficacy should be an integral component of environment management and the anthelmintic treatment program in foals. 1. Southwood LL Ragle CA Snyder JR , et al. Surgical treatment of ascarid impactions in horses and foals, in Proceedings

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, expanding to several times the original volume. 1 Upon consumption, the environment of the stomach augments polymerization of the adhesive, allowing rapid expansion of the product, resulting in a large gastric foreign body that may occupy the entire gastric

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sites other than their normal dental environment, there are many suggested etiologies, including trauma, infection, pathological conditions (dentigerous cysts), crowding, and developmental abnormalities. 4 Computed tomography of the head is indicated

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thickening, the acute nature of the clinical signs, young age of the dog, and home environment suggested that gastric hemorrhage should be prioritized as a differential diagnosis. This was a particularly important differential diagnosis to consider because

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was not available because the patient was lost to follow-up. Comments Pythium insidiosum is an oomycete frequently associated with tropical to subtropical aquatic environments. The dog of the present report was used for duck hunting and was

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environment, such as in water, soil, and dairy and animal products, 6 and are often isolated from aquatic animals, amphibians, and fish, but are rare in domestic animals. 7 To our knowledge, isolation of a Chryseobacterium sp from a dog with hematogenous

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secondary to abrasive feed. 1 , 2 Feeding large amounts of easily fermentable carbohydrates produces a more acidic environment within the ruminant forestomach, which has been demonstrated experimentally to favor bacterial overgrowth of potentially

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