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evidence of ureteral obstruction would not be detected. Materials and Methods Specimens —Domestic cats that had been euthanized over a 3-year period at a local animal shelter for reasons unrelated to the present study and collected for use in student

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evidence of a sex effect was detected, the data were pooled. Studentized values (value minus mean divided by SD) were calculated for each response variable for GGT and NAG indices. Outliers were determined to be those observations for which the absolute

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via the Kolmogarov-Smirnov test and were logarithmically transformed for parametric statistical analysis. The independent Student t test was used to compare logarithmically transformed UC/C data between neutered male and neutered female cats. A 1

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Animals For this prospective study, 16 dogs owned by community members (faculty, students, and staff) at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison were recruited. Prior to study admission, the dog owners were asked to sign an

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student surgical training laboratories between February 1 and March 28, 2019, were used in the study. The study was conducted with approval by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee of The Ohio State University. Informed written consent was

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Kolmogorov-Smirnov test. The mean CIII:CI ratio for total area and area fraction was calculated for both groups. Comparisons were made between groups by use of unpaired 2-tailed Student t tests. Differences were considered significant at P < 0

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concentration for that sample. Study variables were reported as mean and SD. Differences between groups were assessed by use of a Student t test for paired samples. Statistical analysis was performed by use of statistical software. n Values of P < 0.05 were

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variance testing, mean ranked GFR agreement, testing for normality of clusters, and cluster mean adjusted grouped data (ie, cluster testing, including Bonferroni corrected Student t test of the selected clusters for mean differences of cluster location

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and respiratory rates were recorded every 30 seconds during the procedure. Statistical analysis –-A paired t test was used to compare the first and second replicates from the study. A Student t test was used to compare threshold pressure and

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the Student t test. Values of P < 0.05 were considered significant. Linear regression analysis was used to evaluate results for the antiadhesion assay and microscopic examination. Results In vivo experiment None of the 12 dogs

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