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retinopathy and hyperadrenocorticism-like clinical signs in dogs with SARDS is not known. Results of diagnostic imaging performed in our study did not exclude the presence of occult neoplasia elsewhere in the body. A limitation of our study was the lack of

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causes of high urea concentration could have been pursued; however, this was not considered necessary because creatinine values were always within reference limits. Furthermore, additional testing (eg, fecal analysis with evaluation for occult blood) to

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research