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; Table 2 ). Only 1 dog had injury of the epithelial surface. These findings were similar to those reported for healthy dogs without gastritis. 7,33,34 Table 1— Findings and results during gastroscopic examination of 80 client-owned dogs (55 of which

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cats. We hypothesized that MRSA infections of cats would cause more severe clinical signs than would be seen with MSSA infections, such as deeper tissue invasion, increased degree of tissue injury, and increased morbidity and mortality rates. We also

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research