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examination. At that time, the patient was placed on oral trimethoprim sulfadiazine (dose unknown) twice a day for 2 weeks’ duration. The gelding showed no clinical improvement during this course of treatment. The owners noticed continued weight loss and that

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initially lost weight but was recently regaining weight, while his littermate was apparently healthy, larger, and more active. Prior to presentation, he was treated by his primary veterinarian with a course of neomycin-polymyxin B-dexamethasone ophthalmic

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History A flock of 6 peafowls that ranged in age from 5 months to 1 year began showing clinical signs of black-stained tar-like diarrhea, lethargy, decreased weight, and 50% flock mortality over a few weeks. The peafowls that were 5 months of

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History A 23-year-old 441-kg Quarter Horse gelding was presented due to several weeks of weight loss, intermittent hematuria, polyuria, and polydipsia. The horse also had a history of equine recurrent uveitis of the right eye and gradually

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History An 8-year-old intact German Shepherd bitch presented with lethargy, weight loss, loss of appetite, and dyspnea. The clinical signs had worsened during the month prior to the evaluation. Clinical and Clinicopathologic Findings A

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lameness 1 week prior, when the ferret was still able to ambulate with use of the affected limb. The lameness progressed to a non–weight-bearing stage suddenly on the day of the evaluation. Past medical history included a mid-diaphyseal fracture of the

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History A 24-year-old female jaguar ( Panthera onca ) was evaluated because of a 3-week history of progressive weight loss, lethargy, and acute epistaxis. Eight months prior, pancreatitis and renal insufficiency had been diagnosed

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. During the preceding 2 years, the goat had slowly lost weight and was intermittently anemic. Anemia was presumed due to internal parasitism, and deworming was performed as needed on the basis of fecal egg counts and mucous membrane color. One week prior

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kg (22 lb) of body weight during this period. The other dog (dog 2) was a 4-year-old sexually intact female French Bulldog that had vomiting and weight loss (unknown value) of 4 weeks' duration. According to the information provided by the owners

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, vomiting, and weight loss of 5 weeks' duration. Clinical Findings Physical examination by the referring veterinarian revealed tacky mucous membranes and dehydration. Weight loss of approximately 5 kg (11 lb) was reported by the owners, representing

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