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concentration to a euglycemic state and resolution of clinical signs of hypoglycemia. See page 451 Surgery and electrochemotherapy for the treatment of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma in a yellow-bellied slider A 5-year-old female yellow

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treatment. Adverse effects were not observed during the treatment period. Mean ± SD initial dosage of leflunomide was 3.0 ± 0.5 mg/kg (1.4 ± 0.2 mg/lb), PO, every 24 hours. See PAGE 312 Computed tomographic features of oral squamous cell carcinoma

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squamous cell carcinoma or fibrosarcoma Few reports describe outcome of combining surgery with adjuvant radiotherapy for dogs with nonmelanotic oral malignancies. In a study of 87 dogs that underwent maxillectomy or mandibulectomy for treatment of oral

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.2%) dogs with a median follow-up period of 27 months had an excellent outcome. See page 301 Clinical features, treatment, and outcomes of cutaneous and oral squamous cell carcinoma in avian species In a review of 87 client-owned birds of

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is lacking. In a review of medical records for 97 dogs that underwent surgical excision of a lingual mass, the most common histopathologic diagnoses were squamous cell carcinoma (31 [32%]) and malignant melanoma (29 [30%]). For 93 dogs, marginal

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HCPI ≥ 12, indicating chronic pain. See page 689 Risk factors associated with survival in dogs with nontonsillar oral squamous cell carcinoma Outcome following treatment for dogs with localized nontonsillar oral squamous cell carcinoma is

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from the cats revealed satratoxin G, a biomarker for Stachybotrys chartarum , commonly referred to as “toxic black mold.” See PAGE 731 RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Strontium Sr 90 for treatment of squamous cell carcinoma of the nasal planum in

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neoplasms were malignant, with the most common neoplasms being melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, squamous papilloma, plasma cell tumor, granular cell tumor, hemangiosarcoma, and fibrosarcoma. Lingual masses in large-breed or aged dogs were more likely to be

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euthanized). Squamous cell carcinoma was the predominant tumor type (37/50 [74%]). See page 812 Hand-assisted laparoscopic repair of a grade IV rectal tear in a postparturient mare An 8-year-old broodmare was admitted for evaluation of a full

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high as odds for foals infected with susceptible isolates. See page 74 Use of a modified Vinsot technique for partial phallectomy in standing horses Six geldings and 5 stallions with chronic paraphimosis (n = 7), squamous cell carcinoma of

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