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described, 7,8 and CT is also considered superior to standard radiography for the detection of pathological changes within the lungs. 9–13 In hospitalized neonatal foals, for which respiratory tract disease significantly impacts patient morbidity and

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a change in overall kidney size. 10 As the previous investigation of ultrasonographic kidney size in neonatal and juvenile dogs included a very small number of related animals, it is not appropriate to apply those results to a more general

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2 possible reasons for these differences—age and species differences. Blood flow to white matter is reportedly higher during the brain's maturation process than at completion of maturation. 13 In addition, CBF is lower in neonates than in children

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rabbits. 19 This method has also been used to determine BSA in human neonates 26 and adults. 27 The BSA in bearded dragons is currently estimated with the use of either constants derived for dogs and cats or allometric scaling recommendations for

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V Lagasse R , et al. Determination of thyroid volume by ultrasound from the neonatal period to late adolescence . Eur J Pediatr 1991 ; 150 : 395 – 399 . 10.1007/BF02093716 19 Vitti P Martino E

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conformation have revealed that older, obese, shallow-chested, brachycephalic, and chondrodystrophoid dogs have caudal extension of the liver. Neonatal and young dogs have a larger liver relative to body size than do older dogs, which creates the appearance of

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lithium-dilution method in anesthetized neonatal foals . J Vet Intern Med 2005 ; 19 : 737 – 743 . 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2005.tb02754.x 29. Marr CM Reef VB . Physiological valvular regurgitation in clinically normal young racehorses: prevalence

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Hip dysplasia is a leading cause of disease in the hip joints of dogs and humans, and HD in dogs is an accepted condition used to study DDH in humans. 1–5 The precise pathophysiologic processes by which apparently normal neonatal hip joints

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.15764 23. Kim AJ Francis R Liu X , et al. Microcomputed tomography provides high accuracy congenital heart disease diagnosis in neonatal and fetal mice (Erratum published in Circ Cardiovasc Imaging 2013;6:e30) . Circ Cardiovasc Imaging

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-5629(02)00620-8 31. Tenorio V , Bonet-Carne E , Botet F , et al. Correlation between a semiautomated method based on ultrasound texture analysis and standard ultrasound diagnosis using white matter damage in preterm neonates as a model . J Ultrasound Med

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