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also lead to occult gastrointestinal bleeding, which could be detected and managed earlier if sensitive diagnostic tests were available. Few veterinary laboratories are equipped to test for the fluorescence of porphyrins in feces, and to our knowledge

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research