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successfully by repeated ureterolysis. See page 1580 Colic in equine neonates It is generally accepted that most neonates referred for colic can be managed medically, but this has not been documented in foals < 30 days old. In a review of medical

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was no evidence of recurrence 4 months after surgery. See PAGE 285 Intranasal oxygen administration in neonatal calves with respiratory distress syndrome The efficacy of intranasal oxygen administration in neonatal calves with respiratory

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derived antibodies, colostrum contains immunologically important cytokines and a large number of maternally derived leukocytes, which collectively contribute to the immunoprotection of neonatal calves. Although the role of colostral antibodies in the

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unsuccessful. In the second cat, 2 adult female D immitis were removed from the right atrium. In both cats, clinical signs resolved within 4 weeks after the procedure. See PAGE 1441 Factors associated with survival of neonatal foals with bacteremia

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the facial vein (horse 2). Horse 1 underwent surgical exploration and ligation of the vascular malformation. Six months after surgery, the mass was markedly reduced in size. See page 943 Passive transfer of immunity in neonatal dairy calves

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imaging and CSF analysis. See page 480 Ophthalmic lesions in neonatal foals evaluated for nonophthalmic disease at referral hospitals Complete ophthalmic examinations performed in 70 foals (< 30 days old) with various systemic diseases

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the ASA. Odds of obtaining synovial fluid were 5.7 times as great with the BSA as with the ASA (95% confidence interval, 1.2 to 27.8). See page 869 Intravenous administration of polymyxin B in neonatal foals with experimental endotoxemia

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revealed substantial regrowth of the mass. The rat was euthanized, and a histologic diagnosis of pituitary adenoma was made. See page 656 Clinical implications of high liver enzyme activities in hospitalized neonatal foals A new report suggests

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the DIP joint was evident radiographically and the horse was pasture sound. RUMINANTS Neonatal serum IgG1 concentration and health and performance of beef calves 914 Little has been done to quantify the association between neonatal serum

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Validation of a low-dose adrenocorticotropic hormone stimulation test in healthy neonatal foals The low-dose ACTH stimulation test is an important tool in diagnosing mild adrenal gland insufficiency. Thus, determining the lowest dose of cosyntropin

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