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History A 7-month-old 370-g (0.81-lb) sexually intact female common marmoset ( Callithrix jacchus ) that was kept as a pet was taken to a referring veterinarian after a sudden onset of lethargy and inappetence. A diagnosis of pulmonary

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. Physical examination by the referring veterinarian revealed a high rectal temperature (39.8°C [103.6°F]) and thin body condition. At the time of referral, results of FeLV antigen and anti-FIV antibody tests a were negative and the cat's serum total

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naive pigs are exposed to contaminated environments. Forthcoming implementation of regulations to augment pig well-being in commercial herds, such as group housing of pregnant sows, may also facilitate parasite infection. 4,7 Veterinarians must

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History An 8-hour-old 50.5-kg (111-lb) female American Quarter Horse foal was evaluated by its primary veterinarian because of colic of 7 hours' duration. Initially, the foal was reluctant to nurse and was tube fed colostrum. Shortly

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and recent vaccination with a polyvalent vaccine containing modified-live BoHV-1. Similar linked events have been identified recently by veterinarians and diagnosticians in Colorado, Texas, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Such postvaccination abortions

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History A 3-year-old 22.4-kg (49.3-lb) sexually intact female German Shepherd Dog was evaluated by a veterinarian because of lethargy, decreased appetite, progressive lameness, and projectile vomiting. Clinical and Gross Findings

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the mass did not change considerably over the next 4 months, the dog was examined by a veterinarian and 2 needle biopsy specimens were obtained for histologic evaluation. The histopathologic diagnosis was inconclusive. The dog was then referred to the

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History An adult captive male Harris hawk ( Parabuteo unicinctus ) with a puncture wound to the head was treated by a referring veterinarian. Doxycycline, meloxicam, and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole were prescribed. After 1 week of treatment

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clinical signs of generalized weakness, lethargy, and anorexia. No signs of diarrhea or upper respiratory signs were noted. Another chicken had died 2 weeks earlier, and on gross examination, the veterinarian described a dilated oviduct with the presence of

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veterinarian at the clients' home; the cat was sedated for collection of a blood sample, during which enlarged and inflamed tissue near the right maxillary fourth premolar tooth was detected. On the basis of the results of blood sample analysis, a diagnosis of

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