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rectal abnormalities, but require an abdominal approach. 16 , 17 No single technique has consistently been shown to prevent hernia recurrence. For EIOM, the recurrence rate varies between 0% and 21.4%. 5 , 8 , 10 , 17 – 19 Promising techniques have

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also be a predisposing factor. 3 To the authors' knowledge, no studies have evaluated recurrence of CaOx calculi in relationship to breed. Certain breeds appear to have a higher risk of developing CaOx calculi; however, the classification as a high

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,445 (3%) of the uroliths were from the upper urinary tract (ie, nephroureteroliths). 1 It is known that recurrence of uroliths is a frequent manifestation of urolithiasis. For example, in humans with urolithiasis, recurrence rates of 25% to 75% within

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affects recovery of initial neurologic signs and is associated with recurrence at adjacent sites after surgery, compared with dogs that undergo VSD alone, has not been evaluated using sufficient numbers of cases. In addition, with respect to C-IVDH in

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A fter a patient is diagnosed with cancer and receives therapy, the current standard of care relies heavily on physical examination and imaging to assess disease status and monitor for cancer recurrence (local recurrence of cancer and/or regional

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to tissue characteristics. In the veterinary literature, only a few studies 5–8,13 have focused on the histologic assessment of surgical margins, and methods and terminology, including the definitions of close margins and tumor recurrence, have not

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neoplastic cells before the disease is clinically apparent. Increased serum concentrations of the inflammatory protein α-1-acid glycoprotein and activities of the cytoplasmic enzyme thymidine kinase can be used to predict clinical recurrence of lymphoma in

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ablation performed the following month to permanently prevent recurrence. The weanling was admitted to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital; food was withheld for 12 hours before surgery, and the horse was administered a preoperative dose of flunixin meglumine

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, shorter intervention times, and lower rates of recurrence of IVDH. The Ho:YAG laser has been shown to provide optimum laser ablation of the nucleus pulposus in humans. 1 A particular advantage of the Ho:YAG laser is that it emits a wavelength that is

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decompression. Three of 6 patients had clinical signs (pain, paresis, or both) consistent with the recurrent extruded disk material, as observed on magnetic resonance images. 9 Early recurrences reportedly occur within 4 to 6 weeks of surgery and are generally

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