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-ILN in dogs and cats. Methods Implant design The CAS-ILN and instrumentation design were previously published in an ex vivo study. 28 The nail is made in titanium alloy (TiAl4V) and is available in 5 diameters (3.5, 4, 5, 6, and 8 mm) and

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Veterinary Committee on Trauma registry, ballistic injuries in dogs and cats constituted 0.44% of all trauma cases (109/24,845) between April 1, 2017, and December 31, 2019. 13 These injuries result in high patient morbidity and mortality, expensive

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enzyme replacement therapy (PERT) in 1890. 2 Although dogs and cats have been important model species for research in pancreatic physiology, the first published report of spontaneous EPI in dogs was published in 1953 and in cats did not emerge until 1975

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significant risk factor. 4 Results of a study 13 of 45 cats indicated that 74% (20/27) developed anemia during hospitalization, and the number of phlebotomies was significantly higher in cats that became anemic. A recent study 4 of dogs and cats showed that

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and pnumoperitoneum. 8,17 To our knowledge, the outcome of lift laparoscopy in dogs and cats has not yet been documented. It is possible that differences between species would make the use of abdominal lifts less valuable in dogs and cats than in

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to define the prevalence of ES and ESE in dogs and cats that underwent an EEG because of suspected seizure activity and to characterize the clinical characteristics, risk factors, and in-hospital mortality rates for dogs and cats with ES or ESE

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intolerance in pets are lactose intolerance, chocolate poisoning (dogs), and bacterial toxins contaminating diets leading to enteritis. There are no confirmed reports of adverse food reactions in dogs and cats causing recurrent or ongoing pruritus with or

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veterinary patients. The aims of the study reported here were to describe a technique for laparoscopic management of ORS in dogs and cats and to report the short- and long-term outcome for patients treated with this technique. Materials and Methods

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. In addition, central venous catheterization may be difficult or contraindicated in dogs and cats with clinically important respiratory or cardiovascular instability because of the need for lateral positioning and the longer time required for catheter

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for human patients. Ultrasonography is the most common cross-sectional diagnostic imaging method used in dogs and cats because it is readily available and does not require animals to be anesthetized. Results of multiple studies 14–18 in which CEUS

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