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History A 3-year-old 27-kg (60-lb) female mixed-breed dog was evaluated for dystocia of 8 hours' duration. Two years earlier, the dog had whelped a litter of 6 puppies without difficulties. The dog was in stage III labor with active

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. Medical management of canine and feline dystocia . Theriogenology 2008 ; 70 : 332 – 336 . 10.1016/j.theriogenology.2008.04.031 3. Klaphake E Paul-Murphy J . Disorders of the reproductive and urinary systems . In: Quesenberry KE Carpenter

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, and the availability of affordable after-hours emergency veterinary services is often limited. Dystocia is reported to affect about 5% of all canine pregnancies, with brachycephalic breeds and singleton litters overrepresented. 2 The emergency

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– 231 . 6. Jackson PGG . Dystocia in the dog and cat . In: Handbook of veterinary obstetrics . 2nd ed. Philadelphia : Elsevier-Saunders , 2004 ; 141 – 166 . 7. Johnston JD Kustritz MVR Olson PNS . Canine gestation . In: Canine

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Introduction C-section is a commonly performed procedure in canines as both an elective or emergency surgery for the prevention or treatment of dystocia, respectively. Dystocia is a common problem in the bitch, with previous studies 1 – 3

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individual feature of the neurologic examination was strongly associated with the location of lesions identified by means of MRI. See page 830 Use of fresh-frozen canine cadavers versus a composite simulator for training in small animal flexible

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of this report), fungal (aspergillosis) or bacterial (mycobacteriosis or chlamydiosis) pneumonia, and dystocia. 1 Radiology was helpful in the case described in the present report to greatly refine the differential diagnoses for the patient

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. Procedure No. of recent graduates * No. of long-term veterinarians † Value in practice ‡ Competency at graduation § Transrectal palpation ∥ 111 197 4.4 ± 1.1 3.5 ± 1.2 Dystocia management ∥ 114 201 4.3 ± 1.1 3.4 ± 1

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normal occlusion. The deciduous right maxillary canine tooth, right maxillary second and third premolar teeth, left maxillary canine tooth, left maxillary second premolar tooth, right mandibular canine tooth, and left mandibular third incisor tooth were

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fiber are not uniform across fiber types, information regarding the amount and proportion of insoluble and soluble dietary fiber in recommended diets is important. Authors of a study of 20 dry and 20 canned nontherapeutic, commercial canine diets found

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