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VDBP, to develop an equine VDBP assay and establish a set of working reference values in healthy horses for its use, and to evaluate VDBP concentrations in horses with acute gastrointestinal diseases. We hypothesized that circulating VDBP concentrations

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gastrointestinal mucosa. Materials and Methods Specimen collection and grouping —Gastrointestinal mucosal specimens were collected from 17 horses euthanatized at the University of Illinois for reasons other than gastrointestinal disease. These horses were of

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Giguere S , et al. Serial viscoelastic and traditional coagulation testing in horses with gastrointestinal disease . J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2013 ; 23 : 504 – 516 . 14. Epstein KL Brainard BM Gomez-Ibanez SE , et al. Thrombelastography in

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intestinal mucosal lesions and fecal calprotectin concentrations in dogs with chronic diarrhea. Materials and Methods Dogs —Ninety-six adult dogs (69 healthy control dogs that had no signs of gastrointestinal disease and 27 dogs with chronic diarrhea

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inclusion criteria for dogs in that study 5 and some of the clinicopathologic results for those dogs have been reported. Briefly, dogs were included in that study 5 on the basis of clinical signs consistent with chronic gastrointestinal disease (ie

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gastrointestinal disease of marmosets. 4 The disease leads to death, and diagnosis is made during necropsy. Hypoproteinemia associated with this condition is presumably attributable to intestinal loss of protein. Thus, detection of enteric protein loss could

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1995 ; 486 : 67 – 82 . 10.1113/jphysiol.1995.sp020791 11 Dart AJ Snyder JR Spier SJ , et al. Ionized calcium concentration in horses with surgically managed gastrointestinal disease: 147 cases (1988–1990) . J Am Vet Med

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Schnauzer, Pomeranian, Great Pyrenees, Shetland Sheepdog, Shih Tzu, Standard Poodle, and Weimaraner. For the 23 clinical patients, diagnoses were gastrointestinal disease (n = 6), toxicosis or envenomation (3), bacterial infection or sepsis (2), cardiac

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. Retrospective study on the diagnostic value of full-thickness biopsies from stomach and intestines of dogs with chronic gastrointestinal disease symptoms . Vet Pathol 2006 ; 43 : 1000 – 1003 . 10.1354/vp.43-6-1000 30. Fox PR Petrie JP Hohenhaus AE

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clinical responses to Cbl supplementation in cats with signs of gastrointestinal disease and severe hypocobalaminemia . J Vet Intern Med 2005 ; 19 : 155 – 160 . 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2005.tb02676.x 19 Fyfe JC Jezyk PF Giger U , et al

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