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surveillance network. Among 150 dogs, the top causes were underlying occult neoplasia, mostly hemangiosarcoma; cardiac disease; respiratory disease, with more than half the cases resulting from aspirated food; trauma; and gastrointestinal accidents. Among 71

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

immune-mediated hemolytic anemia: an occult trigger for pathogenic autoimmunity?” University of Pennsylvania and Cornell University. Speak my language Veterinary medicine may face increasing challenges around language barriers By Kaitlyn

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for postmortem examination.” Dr. Stalker tabulated causes of sudden unexpected death from September 2015 to September 2019 for the Ontario Animal Health Network, a disease surveillance network. Among 150 dogs, the top causes were underlying occult

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