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Introduction Gastrointestinal (GI) effects of systemic NSAIDs are well recognized. The mechanism by which NSAIDs damage the gastric mucosal barrier is multifactorial but thought to be primarily via inhibition of prostaglandin synthesis. 1 , 2

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The transition from gingivitis to periodontitis is the result of changes in the pathogenic potential of dental plaque, inappropriate or inadequate host response to gingival infection, and various risk factors (eg, systemic disease, stress, age

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abnormalities were detected on cytologic analysis including cell counts and protein concentration. To further investigate the systemic hypertension, abdominal ultrasonography was performed the next day, and findings were within reference range limits; adrenal

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detectable concurrent systemic disease is substantial but variable, ranging between 38% and 70%. 3,5 Sequelae of anterior uveitis include corneal endothelial damage that leads to permanent corneal edema, cataract formation, lens luxation, posterior synechiae

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activate integrins. Chemokines are among the most important and common activating molecules for integrins. 15,16,18–21 The objective of the study reported here was to characterize the systemic immune response of cats to C felis infection. We

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more commonly seen in tropical and subtropical regions. 1,3,19,20 Apart from lethargy and signs of depression associated with CNS involvement in cats, 7,17 systemic signs resulting from Cuterebra infection in dogs and cats have been infrequently

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have good distribution within the tissues to reach the causal organism. The absorption and distribution of drugs given systemically are studied in live animals. For ethical and financial reasons, drug availability within mammary glands is generally

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Various adverse systemic effects related to glucocorticoid use have been reported in dogs, including hypertension, hepatomegaly, and high serum hepatic enzyme activities. 1–4 Although the exact mechanism behind cortisol-induced hypertension

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isolated in humans with superficial skin and nail infections. 1,2 The fungus has not been reported to cause systemic disease in humans. 1,2 Geomyces spp are saprophytic fungi that are isolated from the soil, airborne dust, floors, waste water

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-inflammatory medications that can be administered topically, by local injection (subconjunctival, intracameral, or intravitreal), or systemically. The administration route for anti-inflammatory medications is determined by the severity and location of the inflammation

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