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to diabetes. With a protein-losing nephropathy, a hypercoagulable state is established by the loss of antithrombin through the kidneys. Atherosclerosis could have also been a contributing factor in this dog, but necropsy was not performed. In the

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causes of cerebrovascular disease–causing thromboembolism in dogs include atherosclerosis (secondary to hypothyroidism or hyperlipidemia), hypercoagulable states (secondary to hyperadrenocorticism, protein-losing nephropathy, immune-mediated disease, or

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