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intestinal involvement is not known. A review of medical records of 67 dogs that underwent gastrotomy, gastroduodenoscopy, or gastroscopy because of signs of gastrointestinal tract disease revealed that lymphoplasmacytic gastritis was the most frequent

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revealed widespread pulmonary alveolar infiltrates predominantly affecting the ventral portions of both lungs consistent with noncardiogenic pulmonary edema. Endoscopy revealed esophagitis and mild gastritis. The dog recovered with supportive treatment

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common among the study population included rhabdomyolysis, enteritis, gastritis, and centrilobular hepatocellular necrosis. A cause of death was not established in 7 dogs. See PAGE 564 Cecal bypass without ileal transection in three horses with

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