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intervals, and a lack of laboratories that will perform analyses. Overcoming some of these difficulties would allow veterinarians to use biochemical panels to better assess the health of fish. Published plasma biochemical reference intervals in koi are

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It is well established that neonates of many species have serum biochemical values and reference intervals that are different from those of adults. 1–4 This is likely attributable to the transition from fetal to neonatal life, ingestion of

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help clinicians in the diagnosis of cardiac conditions and differentiation of congenital and acquired heart disease from normal cardiac function in healthy subjects. However, reference intervals are required for ECGs to be diagnostically useful

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diagnostic tests, interpretation of the results of ROMs and BAP is highly dependent on appropriate and accurate reference intervals. Taking into consideration the effect of sex hormones on redox status, 21 sex-specific reference intervals appear to be

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of variation DWD Dynamic weight distribution IGA Instrumented gait analysis PSI Pounds per square inch PU-AGL Purdue University Animal Gait Laboratory PVF Peak vertical force RI Reference interval ROC Receiver operating characteristic

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with the Shapiro-Wilk test. Analyses were performed with statistical software. d Reference intervals were defined as central 95% intervals bounded by the 2.5th and 97.5th percentiles, and the upper and lower limits of the RI with 90% CIs were

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diseases that may affect coagulation, including hepatic disorders, rodenticide poisoning, disseminated intravascular coagulation, ferret hemorrhagic syndrome, and hereditary coagulopathies. 3 , 4 Thus, reference intervals for coagulation times in ferrets

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Plasma biochemical analysis has become a routine part of clinical evaluation in small animal medicine. 1 In general, the values obtained are interpreted by comparison with a reference interval. A major issue concerning this approach is that, to

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. 6 – 10 Given these factors, further investigation into normal taurine reference intervals in CKCSs is warranted, as breed-specific differences may exist. In addition, determination of whether taurine concentrations change in relation to MMVD status

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Reference intervals for hematologic and serum biochemical variables are important in assessments of animal health. Clinicopathologic test results for individual animals are compared with the distribution of values from a reference population to

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