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duplicate colons. 2 , 3 Successful treatment is highly dependent on the combination of duplicate organs present. Case reports of single-organ duplication successfully operated have been reported. Fruehwald 3 reported a cat with colonic duplication and an

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authors’ knowledge, the present report represents the first of successful management of a veterinary patient with toxicosis following ingestion of an over-the-counter topical hair growth promoter containing 5% minoxidil foam. The dog of the present

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of cryptococcal nasal granuloma in a stallion . Aust Vet J 1981 ; 57 : 287 – 291 . 10.1111/j.1751-0813.1981.tb05817.x 6. Begg LM Hughes KJ Kessell A , et al . Successful treatment of cryptococcal pneumonia in a pony mare . Aust Vet J

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61% of their patient population. 2 Emesis induction may be a successful tool for gastric foreign object retrieval eliminating the need for more invasive options, like endoscopy or surgery. Although emesis induction is routinely used to attempt

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respective reference ranges. Discussion Ileal-ureteral substitution has been performed successfully in humans when standard ureteral treatment options were not feasible. The procedure has been used to replace dysfunctional, stenotic, traumatized, and

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diagnosis and treatment in juveniles are considered partially responsible for the positive outcomes. A similar age bias has been reported for successful treatment of horses with pemphigus. 8 When retrospectively acquired data are reviewed, it appears

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wildlife rehabilitation programs. The objective of the study reported here was to identify characteristics of antebrachial fractures that were associated with a successful outcome (ie, bird released back into the wild after regaining normal flight ability

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. Also considered was intraorbital injection of polidocanol, a sclerosing agent that been used to treat cystic diseases such as bone, mucous, and renal cysts in humans. 9–11 A report 12 exists of successful treatment of an orbital mucocele in a dog with

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knowledge, the present report was the first to describe the use of advanced diagnostic imaging to make an antemortem diagnosis with subsequent successful surgical removal of a lipoma in a teleost. This report highlighted the challenges regarding transport

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, Banner MP , Martinez LO , et al . Diagnostic considerations in urinary bladder wall calcification . AJR Am J Roentgenol 1981 ; 136 : 791 – 797 . 10.2214/ajr.136.4.791 27. Lee R , Clement MR , Carr MC , et al . Successful

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