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), cockatiels ( Nymphicus hollandicus ), and quaker parrots ( Myiopsitta monachus). 1 – 4 Female birds are also more prone to atherosclerosis in most psittacine species and also suffer from a high rate of reproductive-associated chronic dyslipidemia

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alterations are associated with patient prognosis, the prognostic importance of dyslipidemias in veterinary medicine is minimally reported. Giunti et al 25 observed no difference in serum cholesterol concentration between healthy control dogs and dogs with

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adiposity, dyslipidemia, microalbuminemia, or arterial hypertension. 10 To the authors' knowledge, microalbuminemia and hypertension have not been reported in obese horses, but blood lipid concentrations have been measured in ponies and donkeys with IR, and

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a breed predilection for Cocker Spaniels (11/54 [20.4%]), Shetland Sheepdogs (5/54 [9.3%]), and Miniature Schnauzers (4/54 [7.4%]). 1–4 Considering that a relationship between biliary concretions and dyslipidemias has been detected in humans, 5

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, in the dog described in the present report, lipid deposition in all vessels that were examined was intimal with occlusion of the vascular lumen, which is more typical of atherosclerosis in humans. Primary or familial canine dyslipidemia has been

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to screen obese horses for insulin resistance. Dyslipidemia was associated with insulin resistance in obese horses. GENERAL/SPECIAL REPORT Use of a disinfectant mat to minimize shoe sole contamination 1391 Controlling the mechanical

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resistance, hypertension, and dyslipidemia. 4 Metabolic syndrome in humans develops in genetically susceptible individuals as a result of chronic inappropriate dietary intake and insufficient physical activity and is an important risk factor for numerous

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Sheepdogs with gallbladder disease confirmed that this breed is predisposed to gallbladder disorders, with mucoceles and concurrent dyslipidemia or dysmotility identified in most dogs. Most dogs did not have clinical abnormalities during mucocele development

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association between the presence of hyperlipidemia and gallbladder mucocele formation has not been identified in dogs. In a recent study, 24 an association between gallbladder mucocele formation and dyslipidemias (hypertriglyceridemia and hypercholesterolemia

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: 389 – 398 . 7. Lombardo YB , Hein G , Chicco A . Metabolic syndrome: effects of n-3 PUFAs on a model of dyslipidemia, insulin resistance and adiposity . Lipids 2007 ; 42 : 427 – 437 . 8. Ghafoorunissa , Ibrahim A , Rajkumar L

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