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Introduction Entropion is a common disorder affecting the adnexa of dogs. It is characterized by the inversion of the eyelid margin resulting in trichiasis, epiphora, keratitis, and ulceration, which can be superficial or globe threatening

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Introduction Pantarsal arthrodesis is a surgical procedure that can be performed to salvage limb function and alleviate pain in dogs with irreparable musculoskeletal abnormalities affecting the talocrural, intertarsal, and tarsometatarsal

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U rolithiasis is a common clinical urological disorder in dogs and can be classified as urethral calculus, cystourolith, and nephrolithiasis. Urinary calculi can irritate the mucosa of the urinary tract, causing bleeding, inflammation, and

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

wound management of traumatic wounds in dogs. The purpose of this study is to describe the use of a novel wound dressing that delivers NO directly to the wound bed in dogs with naturally occurring traumatic wounds. Methods Eligibility criteria

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

population and to prevent diseases associated with reproductive organs. 2 For female dogs and cats, this includes eliminating the risk of uterine cystic hyperplasia associated with a pyometra, 3 unwanted pregnancies, and uterine and ovarian neoplasia 4 and

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Introduction Tracheal collapse (TC) is a common cause of respiratory difficulty and cough in older small and toy-breed dogs. 1 , 2 Endoscopy is considered the gold standard for diagnosis of TC, detecting concurrent diseases, and identifying

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

already widely used in laboratory species, including dogs, is the high-fat diet (HFD). This involves feeding animals a diet typically composed of 40% to 60% fat, mainly sourced from lard, and can be either for short (1 to 2 weeks) or long-term (months

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control in diabetic patients. 3 PBGMs are also used to measure capillary blood glucose in the home setting to assess the management of diabetic dogs and cats. 3 Various PBGMs designed for both veterinary 4 – 6 and human 7 – 9 use are commercially

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Introduction Solitary pulmonary lesions are occasionally seen in dogs and cats. The main indication for sampling these lesions is to determine whether these nodules are benign or malignant. Establishing the nature of a thoracic lesion is

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A rterial blood pressure (ABP) is routinely monitored in dogs during general anesthesia, where accurate measurement is required for appropriate management of ABP alterations. 1 , 2 Invasive blood pressure (IBP) measurement via arterial

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research