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Heart disease in reptiles remains infrequently reported in the veterinary literature, as do successful treatments. 1–6 Congestive heart failure has been diagnosed in snakes, chelonians, and lizards. 7–10 , a Related clinical findings are

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-species extrapolations from reptiles or mammals. Most of the published amphibian antimicrobial data pertain to a single study, 1 which demonstrated that skin bacterial loads decreased over time when Northern leopard frogs ( Lithobates pipiens ) were immersed in baths of

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, 8 , 9 At this time, genetic sequencing suggests that most cases of CANV in companion reptiles are caused by N guarroi . 3 However, many fungal pathogens within the genera Nannizziopsis, Ophidiomyces , Parananniziopsis, and Emydomyces were

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-generation cephalosporin registered for veterinary use in dogs and cats in the United States and in Europe. Cephalosporins act by interfering with bacterial cell wall synthesis and are often used in treatment of reptiles. 19,20 In dogs and cats, cefovecin is a long

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and newly captured free-ranging birds of prey. 5 Dermatomycoses affecting the skin and mucocutaneous junctions, commonly caused by Candida spp, are often detected in captive reptiles. 6 The Chrysosporium anamorph of Nannizziopsis vriesii is

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Pract 2016 ; 19 : 411 – 429 . 10.1016/j.cvex.2016.01.003 3. Hawkins MG . The use of analgesics in birds, reptiles, and small exotic mammals . J Exot Pet Med 2006 ; 15 : 177 – 192 . 10.1053/j.jepm.2006.06.004 4. Flecknell P . Analgesics

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pharmacokinetic comparison of meloxicam and ketoprofen following oral administration to healthy dogs . Vet Res Commun 2004 ; 28 : 415 – 428 . 10.1023/B:VERC.0000034995.81994.49 28. Hawkins MG . The use of analgesics in birds, reptiles, and small exotic

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