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finding had been confirmed via detection of a high serum free calcium concentration, might have indicated occult neoplasia (hypercalcemia of malignancy). The mildly low serum albumin-to-globulin concentration ratio and mild neutrophilia in the cat were

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examination of the left forelimb suggested soft tissue inflammation. Findings on cytologic examination of skin scrapings were unremarkable. Results of a heartworm antigen test for detection of occult infection and results of serologic analyses for detection of

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reduced the likelihood that the periuria was related to lower urinary tract disease or feline idiopathic cystitis, although these conditions can be difficult to rule out. Bacteriologic culture of a urine sample was not performed, so an occult infection may

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