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tumors were completely excised when only a 2-cm lateral margin and 1 fascial plane deep margin were used, and recurrence rate was similar to previously reported rates. Malesseziaorganisms on the skin of psittacine birds 216 Previous reports have

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signalment and history was provided. See page 1688 Prevalence of and risk factors associated with atherosclerosis in psittacine birds Information is lacking on the prevalence of and risk factors for atherosclerosis in psittacine birds. In a

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atherosclerosis in pet psittacine birds Results of a new study suggest that infection with Chlamydophila psittaci and high plasma cholesterol concentration may be risk factors for atherosclerosis in pet psittacine birds. In the study, necropsy reports were

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bond between owner and dog. See PAGE 896 Mucosal and seborrheic sites for staphylococci in two populations of captive psittacines Staphylococci have been commonly isolated from the skin of avian species, but the commensal cutaneous

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determination of proventricular diameter in psittacine birds Reference ranges for radiographic size of the proventriculus in psittacine birds are not available, with the result that proventricular enlargement is currently diagnosed subjectively on the basis of

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parasympatholytic mydriatic agents clinically ineffective. Topical administration of rocuronium bromide has been shown to result in mydriasis in several species of birds of prey, but its efficacy in psittacines has not been evaluated. In a study of 8 healthy adult

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