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. Many gastrointestinal diseases can affect snakes. Most common pathological conditions are the consequence of husbandry-related problems (temperature too high or too low, unsuitable humidity, or inappropriate cage substrate); stress (loud noises or a

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could provide a minimally stressful and objective technique for assessing gastrointestinal activity in rabbits and has potential as an additional diagnostic technique for differentiating between obstructive and nonobstructive gastrointestinal disease. At

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measurement of electrolyte concentrations. No dogs had evidence of gastrointestinal disease on the basis of the medical history or results for abdominal radiography, ultrasonography, or fecal testing. Owner informed consent was obtained for all dogs. The

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; 4 Standardbred, 1 Arabian, and 1 Quarter Horse) were used and ranged in weight from 410 to 500 kg (mean, 463 kg). Horses had no history of gastrointestinal disease and no signs of gastrointestinal problems were detected via physical examination. The

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gastrointestinal disease . Vet Radiol Ultrasound 2009 ; 50 : 195 – 200 . 10.1111/j.1740-8261.2009.01516.x 17. Mayer MN , Lawson JA , Silver TI . Sonographic characteristics of presumptively normal canine medial iliac and superficial inguinal lymph

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healthy client-owned domestic shorthair cats were used in this study. Cats were considered healthy on the basis of results of clinical history (no history of hepatobiliary, pancreatic, or gastrointestinal disease), physical examination, a CBC, routine

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response, contrast agent stability, or MI. 25 Materials and Methods Animals Eight purpose-bred Beagles (5 females and 3 males) were used in this crossover study. All dogs had no history of gastrointestinal disease or participation in research

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-2867(98)80022-4 4 Agthe P Caine AR Posch B , et al. Ultrasonographic appearance of jejunal lymph nodes in dogs without clinical signs of gastrointestinal disease . Vet Radiol Ultrasound 2009 ; 50 : 195 – 200 . 10.1111/j.1740-8261.2009.01516.x 5

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-8261.2009.01626.x 25. Agthe P Caine AR Posch B , et al. Ultrasonographic appearance of jejunal lymph nodes in dogs without clinical signs of gastrointestinal disease . Vet Radiol Ultrasound 2009 ; 50 : 195 – 200 . 10.1111/j.1740-8261.2009.01516.x

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