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unlikely because the dog was well supervised, resided in an urban environment, and had no history of such exposure. Abnormal test results : Abnormal laboratory data : Abnormalities detected via CBC included lymphopenia (240.8 lymphocytes/ML; reference

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concentration > 161 mEq/L. 1 The main physiologic effect of hypernatremia is the formation of a hypertonic extracellular fluid environment. The shifting of water from the intracellular to the extracellular space can result in disruption of the neuronal ionic

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A 1-year-old 15-kg (33-lb) female dwarf goat was evaluated because of a 1-month history of progressive neurologic disturbances. The goat lived in a rural environment with its dam and a few sheep and dogs. The owner had noticed neurologic signs

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a significantly lower MGCS. 5 This patient had an assigned MGCS of 13 (2: recumbent, constant extensor rigidity with opisthotonos; 6: normal pupillary light reflexes and oculocephalic reflexes, 6: alert and responsive to the environment). Of

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mentation and disinterest in its environment. Rectal temperature, heart rate, and respiratory rate were within reference limits. Anisocoria was identified with mydriasis, lack of menace response, and absence of direct and consensual pupillary light reflexes

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pathogenesis of thiamine- or sulfur-related PEM is unknown, treatment is based on administration of large amounts of thiamine and management of cerebral edema or removal of sulfur sources from the affected animal’s environment. 10 For the goat of the present

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examinations was challenging, as the cat demonstrated aggressive behavior. The cat was mildly obtunded but still responded to the owner and environment. Mucopurulent discharge was observed on the left eye. A slight swelling was palpated on the right dorsal

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