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History A 1-year-old 400-kg male Percheron foal was presented to the Virginia Tech Animal Laboratory Services (ViTals) for postmortem examination following euthanasia. The colt had progressive chronic respiratory signs for approximately 8

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complications associated with the nephrectomy procedure or the development of acute kidney injury (AKI) and chronic kidney disease (CKD) postoperatively. 6 No further studies since this report have assessed the development of AKI and CKD following unilateral

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Chronic gastritis is a commonly diagnosed condition in dogs evaluated for signs of chronic gastrointestinal disease. 1 After proper anamnestic, clinical, biological, and ultrasonographic evaluations have been conducted, diagnosis of CG is

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Diet-responsive enteropathy, antimicrobial-responsive enteropathy, lymphangiectasia, and idiopathic IBD are considered to be the most common chronic enteropathies in dogs. 1–3 A clinical diagnosis of IBD requires chronic (ie, > 3 weeks’ duration

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studies in humans have revealed differences in inflammatory or epithelial cell populations in bronchial brushings between healthy people and patients with asthma 18–20 cystic fibrosis, 13 and chronic bronchitis associated with smoking. 21 Although the

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C linical trials in cats with naturally occurring chronic kidney disease (CKD) are critical to advance new diagnostic and therapeutic opportunities. Evaluation of client-owned cats presents challenges, including variable husbandry practices

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In a previous study, 1 20% (231/1,153) of dogs examined as outpatients at a veterinary teaching hospital had evidence of pain, illustrating the importance of pain as a clinical sign in dogs. Pain can be classified as acute or chronic, with

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In cats, CSBD is associated with chronic vomiting, weight loss, chronic small bowel diarrhea, or a combination of these. Signs range from mild to severe, and any sign may be the primary reason for evaluation. In some cats, chronic disease may be

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Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are widely used in veterinary medicine to control chronic pain associated with osteoarthritis. Although the quality of life for dogs with osteoarthritis can be improved with NSAIDs, the number of ADEs

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. Lesions were not observed in the ovaries or in the oviducts. Based on the histologic findings, a diagnosis of mild CEH with mild chronic neutrophilic endometritis and microhemorrhage was made. Figure 1— Photomicrograph of a cross section of uterine

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