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in favor of renewing user fee programs for new and generic animal drugs See page 1036 What Is Your Diagnosis? See page 1059 Pathology in Practice See pages 1063, 1067 Small Animals The Canine Owner-Reported

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diet had significantly higher serum total omega-3 fatty acid concentrations and significantly lower serum arachidonic acid concentrations at 6, 12, and 24 weeks. In addition, these dogs had a significantly improved owner-reported ability to rise from a

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useful in helping to distinguish blastomycosis from histoplasmosis. See page 1133 Owner-reported adverse events following vaccination of dogs that did or did not receive a Leptospira vaccine Veterinary practitioners have expressed concern

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reviewed. Postoperative complications were observed in 4 dogs. Owners of 10 of the 15 dogs could be contacted by telephone to obtain follow-up information. Seven owners reported that their dogs had an excellent outcome and were free of clinical signs. The

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administration. See page 530 Calcium sulfate dihydrate urolithiasis in a pet rabbit A 3-year-old rabbit was evaluated because of a 1-day history of anorexia and signs of depression. The owner reported that the rabbit had been fed a routine diet

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, 60 (19.8%) had an episode of suspected or confirmed IVDH after undergoing PLDA, but only 11 (3.6%) had a confirmed recurrence. Overall, 270 of 286 (94.4%) owners reported that their dog was the same (109 [38.1%]) or improved (161 [56.3%]) immediately

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other dogs, owner-reported return to function was full or acceptable. See page 208 Treatment of intrathoracic grass awn migration with video-assisted thoracic surgery in two dogs Two dogs were examined because of suspected intrathoracic

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chondrosarcoma, and total scapulectomy was performed to allow wide excision of the tumor. Weight bearing on the affected limb was tolerated 12 hours after surgery, and limb function was considered excellent 6 months after surgery. In addition, the owner reported

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complications; the results were cosmetically acceptable to the owners. Two owners reported mild urine scalding as the only adverse effect. See page 82 Outbreak of malignant catarrhal fever among cattle associated with a state livestock exhibition

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assessments. However, although many useful symptom assessment instruments exist for human patients, none are immediately applicable to veterinary patients. To address this limitation, the Canine Symptom Assessment Scale, a multidimensional owner-reported

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