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interstitial nephritis, and marked renal fibrosis. Multiorgan mineralization was noted secondary to uremia and the calcium-phosphorous imbalance. Comments Abdominal palpation and whole body radiography during routine examination of reptiles are crucial

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declare that there were no conflicts of interest. Footnotes a. Pro Plan Veterinary Diets CN Critical Nutrition diet, Purina, St Louis, Mo. References 1. Campbell T. Clinical pathology of reptiles . In: Divers SJ , Mader DM , eds

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a biopsy sample from a nodule seen on ultrasonography. Given the paucity of reports of such tumors in monitor lizards or other reptiles, we do not know whether granulosa cell tumors in these species typically metastasize. a. Garner MM

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contrast studies 1–3 of the reptile digestive tract. Iodinated contrast agents have a substantially faster transit time than barium suspensions. 3 Red-eared slider turtles normally have a total transit time of 24 to 72 hours. Iodinated contrast agents

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carapace, and lesions of the carapace may result in spinal cord injury. 4 Although CT is useful to make a diagnosis of spinal cord conditions in reptiles, 5 conventional CT may not be sufficiently accurate in small chelonians. Microcomputed tomography 6

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-meat diets makes NSHP a common disease in exotic animals kept as pets. 4,5 Reptiles, birds, and humans and other mammals are also affected by NSHP. 3,6 A 2:1 calcium-to-phosphorus ratio is required for normal skeletal development. Typical all-meat diets

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. Tell L Silverman S Wisner E . Imaging techniques for evaluating the head of birds, reptiles, and small exotic mammals . Exotic DVM 2003 ; 5 (2) : 31 – 37 . 3. King AS McLelland J . Skeletomuscular system . In: King AS

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Forest, Ill. b. Bene-Bac Plus Bird and Reptile Gel, Pet-Ag Inc, Hampshire, Ill. References 1. Hawkins MG Sanchez-Migallon Guzman D Beaufrere H , et al. Birds . In: Carpenter JW , ed. Exotic animal formulary . 5th ed

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