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reptile species such as snakes 5 and lizards, 6–8 it is often of restricted value for use on small chelonians. 9,10 Visual examination of internal structures such as the gastrointestinal tract, urogenital tract (including the testes, ovaries, follicles

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of neoplasia in reptiles may be as high as 6.2% (81/1,297). Chemotherapy in reptiles has many challenges, and there is a paucity of information to help guide such treatments. 1 , 8 , 10 , 11 , 12 Among the challenges is the lack of information

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In the past 2 decades, reptiles have become increasingly popular as pets and the demand for specialized veterinary services has similarly increased. Boa constrictors ( Boa constrictor ) are one of the most common species among captive snakes. 1

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Various species of boid snakes are kept in captivity by zoos, breeders, collectors, and private owners. 1 Ultrasonography is already considered a valuable tool in the clinical evaluation of reptiles: the ultrasonographic appearance of the

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Furthermore, analysis of the literature 8–10 suggests that contrast radiography could also be a useful tool for the diagnosis of disorders of the gastrointestinal tract in reptiles. The purpose of the study reported here was to develop a technique for

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-Junghanns ME . Birds . In: Krautwald-Junghanns ME , Pees M , Reese S , et al, eds. Diagnostic imaging of exotic pets: birds, small mammals, reptiles . Hannover, Germany : Schlutersche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co , 2010 ; 1 – 141 . 2. d

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. 15. Krautwald-Junghanns ME Pees M . 1. Birds: 1.3 Computed tomography (CT) . In: Krautwald-Junghanns ME Pees M Reese S , et al, eds. Diagnostic imaging of exotic pets: birds, small mammals, reptiles . Hannover, Germany

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: 97 – 104 . 16. Ozon R . Estrogens in fishes, amphibians, reptiles and birds . In: Idler DR , ed. Steroids in nonmammalian vertebrates . New York : Academic Press , 1972 ; 390 – 413 . 17. Ozon R . Androgens in fishes, amphibians

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anatomy and physiology of exotic species: structure and function of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians . Philadelphia : Saunders Ltd , 2005 ; 210 – 224 . 2. Tully TN . Mice and rats . In: Mitchell MA Tully TN , eds. Manual of exotic pet

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Augustiny N . Emerging techniques: CT scan and MRI in reptile medicine . Semin Avian Exot Pet Med 1994 ; 3 : 156 – 160 . 10 Wilkinson R Hernandez-Divers S Lafortune M , Diagnostic imaging . In: McArthur S Wilkinson R Jean M

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