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this study, we report a descriptive retrospective analysis of radiographic ED screening data in dogs in France over a 20-year time period (2002 to 2022). We found an overall prevalence of 11.4% in the total study population, with the lowest prevalence

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-scale clinical safety data on the use of TJIs for dogs have never been published. Therefore, this retrospective study aimed to describe major (septic arthritis) and minor (joint soreness, gastroenteritis, etc) adverse events in dogs receiving TJIs with on

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ataxia and paresis, are nonspecific and can resemble CNS neoplasia, intervertebral disc disease, trauma, or infectious or toxic processes, among other etiologies. In a retrospective study 7 of 106 African pygmy hedgehogs, WHS was the most common cause of

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suggestive of abuse or neglect of dogs and cats by retrospective analysis of necropsy reports from the VDL of a veterinary teaching hospital. Materials and Methods Case selection criteria and medical records review Necropsy reports of dogs and cats

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case numbers. However to the authors' knowledge, no significant association between these variables has been reported in the veterinary literature. The primary objectives of the retrospective study reported here were to investigate putative risk factors

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. The primary purpose of this retrospective case study was to thoroughly describe general anesthesia procedures performed in snakes at a veterinary referral hospital. We hypothesized that the inhalant anesthetic standards and protocols used would follow

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treatment is discontinued. 1 The objectives of this retrospective study were to retrospectively evaluate the use of voriconazole in psittacine species for the treatment and outcome of suspected or confirmed fungal infections of the respiratory tract

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retrospective study was to evaluate dogs with total hypercalcemia, azotemia, and normal serum phosphorus concentrations to determine whether this constellation of laboratory abnormalities could predict neoplasia. We hypothesized that dogs with these findings

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Therefore, in the study reported here, we retrospectively assessed findings from dogs with splenic HSA that received surgical treatment combined with chemotherapy. We aimed to identify physical examination or perioperative CBC variables in dogs with splenic

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within reference limits. 22,23 In addition, oxidative stress, which may contribute to eccentrocytosis, has been associated with lymphoid neoplasia in humans and animals. 24–28 A retrospective study 20 of 4,251 dogs with various conditions found that 60

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