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disease A unique syndrome of severe eosinophilic dermatitis with edema has been described in dogs with and without concurrent signs of gastrointestinal disease. A review of medical records for 18 dogs with erythroderma and gastrointestinal disease found

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the spring and summer months. Although the prognosis is grave, some C felis infected cats may survive with supportive treatment. EQUINE Renal insufficiency in horses with primary gastrointestinal disease 572 Outcome for horses with

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surgery (after gastropexy and requiring a separate anesthetic episode; OR, 16.9), and gastrointestinal disease (OR, 5.4). See page 877 Incidence, clinical signs, clinicopathologic test results, and outcomes of chyloabdomen in dogs and cats A

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a result of using rectal biopsy alone to obtain specimens for histologic examination. Inflammatory gastrointestinal disease (36/66 [55%]) was the most common histologic diagnosis, and horses undergoing rectal biopsy alone were significantly (OR, 14

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