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.7 μg/g). Given anecdotal evidence of oclacitinib causing hypoalbuminemia, it was discontinued in favor of lokivetmab (Cytopoint). Treatment and Outcome Oclacitinib was discontinued, and the patient was started on lokivetmab injections. Albumin

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factors. For each categorical risk factor (eg, hyperbilirubinemia or hypoalbuminemia), the log-rank test was used to compare estimated MSTs between categories. Variables significantly (ie, P ≤ 0.05) associated with MST in univariate analyses were

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.5 years (median, 6.5 years; range, 2.25 to 9.9 years). Eighteen of 21 dogs had convincing evidence of clinical disease of PLE, PLN, or both, with the onset of disease defined as persistent hypoalbuminemia (< 2.4 g/dL) or proteinuria (UP:C > 1.0) during a

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abnormalities included hyponatremia (n = 10 cats), hypoalbuminemia (9), hyperbilirubinemia (7), hypocalcemia (6), hypochloremia (6), hyperglycemia (6), hyperglobulinemia (5), high urea nitrogen concentration (5), hyperphosphatemia (5), hypoproteinemia (5), high

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inflammatory response. Among all of the affected dogs, hypoalbuminemia was detected in slightly more than half of the dogs for which data were available, although serum globulin concentration was not high. This could be suggestive of lung inflammation and

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. Two abstracts have reported mean survival times for dogs with PLE of 90 days (range, 2 to 2,544 days) d and 701 days. e However, specific details regarding the exact treatments used in those 2 studies were not reported. Given that hypoalbuminemia

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hyperproteinemia (total protein concentration, 11.2 g/dL) characterized by severe hyperglobulinemia (globulin concentration, 9.2 g/dL; reference range, 2.6 to 4.0 g/dL) and moderate hypoalbuminemia (albumin concentration, 2 g/dL; reference range, 2.5 to 3.4 g

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inflammation with subsequent hypoproteinemia and hypoalbuminemia. Long-term was defined in this study as treatment for > 5 days, and we used a 21-day treatment regimen. Clinical and clinicopathologic variables, colonic tissue inflammation, colonic blood flow

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included normocytic normochromic anemia (Hct, 28%), high BUN concentration (43 mg/dL; reference range, 12 to 27 mg/dL), and hypoalbuminemia (2.3 mg/dL; reference range, 2.7 to 4.2 mg/dL). Analysis of a urine sample revealed proteinuria (4+) and hematuria

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these variables was the relative simplicity of sample collection. Hypoproteinemia and hypoalbuminemia are seen with changes in the integrity of the intestinal mucosa. Albumin is the most abundant protein in equine plasma and has a low molecular weight

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