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days following onset of illness, even if clinical signs resolve before 21 days. See page 1022 Surgical management of maxillary and premaxillary osteomyelitis in a reticulated python A 1-year-old reticulated python ( Python reticulatus ) was

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provided comparable information on the presence of pituitary adenomas in dogs with PDH. See PAGE 409 Plasma fibrinogen concentration as an indicator of physeal or epiphyseal osteomyelitis in foals Physeal and epiphyseal osteomyelitis are

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significant effects on any other measured variables. See page 1064 Zoo Animals Treatment of mandibular osteomyelitis in two red-necked wallabies Two female red-necked wallabies ( Macropus rufogriseus ) were evaluated because of a sudden

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result of penetrating wounds and subsolar abscesses, but in foals, the most common cause of osteomyelitis is hematogenous dissemination of bacteria. A review of the medical records of 22 foals with septic osteitis of the distal phalanx without any history

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that SOO may be a viable alternative to wedge osteotomies in dogs with angular and torsional long bone deformities. See page 333 Surgical treatment of a paraspinal abscess with osteomyelitis and spinal cord compression in a rabbit A 16

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years later, suggesting that the problem was not attributable to an undetected neoplasm or bacterial or fungal osteomyelitis. See page 1746 Corneal sequestrum in a dog with chronic unilateral keratoconjunctivitis sicca A 14-year-old dog with

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was typically favorable, except in horses with osteomyelitis or septic arthritis. See page 771 Laparoscopic-assisted urinary bladder marsupialization in a goat with recurrent urethral obstruction following perineal urethrostomy A 5-year

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osteomyelitis involving bacterial and fungal pathogens. Following extensive debridement, vacuum-assisted closure incorporating silver-impregnated bandaging materials was used. The wound was considered healed after 55 days, at which time a layer of epidermal

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varied among specific behavioral problems, and certain problems were more likely to occur together. EQUINE Fungal osteomyelitis of the proximal sesamoid bones in a horse 1607 A 12-year-old Standardbred racehorse examined because of swelling

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