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critical review, a targeted literature search, directed by a consulting clinician, was used to obtain the pertinent data for evaluation. The supervising veterinarian (TP) contacted a consulting clinician (SDF) associated with a clinical consultation service

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-chondroitin group and 1 in the carprofen group). Changes in 5 subjective measures of clinical signs assessed by participating veterinarians were compared between groups at 3 points during the 70-day treatment period and at 1 point after cessation of treatment

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clinical experience. A further complication was that there are multiple forms and locations of vascular anomalies; therefore, it can be difficult for veterinarians to tailor a treatment approach specific for an individual patient on the basis of the

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; however, such use results in drug residues that prevent immediate slaughter of the affected cattle for use in the food supply when surgical findings suggest a poor prognosis. Consequently, veterinarians are often under pressure from producers to delay

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limb. When the owner first noticed the problem, the dog was evaluated by a veterinarian who diagnosed a possible hamstring (semimembranosus, semitendinosus, and biceps femoris muscles) injury and recommended physical rehabilitation and NSAID medications

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bowel origin, which progressed to diarrhea indicative of small and large bowel involvement. Diagnostic testing performed by the referring veterinarian included 2 fecal evaluations for parasites, 2 Giardia ELISAs, serum biochemical analysis

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owners initially sought advice from their local veterinarian who had sequentially prescribed 2 types of NSAIDs; the owners reported minimal improvement with administration of either NSAID and so were referred to the teaching hospital for further

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