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Monday, 06 February 2023

Clinical, radiographic and histopathologic features of gingivitis and periodontitis in cats

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  • Moderate-to-severe periodontal disease was radiographically confirmed in 78% of cats
Gengivite gattoThis study aimed to characterize the clinical, radiographic and histopathologic features of early-onset gingivitis (EOG) and periodontitis in cats.The medical records database was searched for cats diagnosed with histologically confirmed EOG or periodontitis from 1997 to 2022. Information such as medical history, lifestyle factors, clinical presentation, radiographic and histopathologic features were included for 27 client-owned cats. Response to tre...

Monday, 06 February 2023

Acute hyperkalemia of unknown origin during general anesthesia in dogs

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  • The first clinical sign was bradycardia and was often accompanied by moderate/severe hypotension
imagedoganestesiaThe aim of this study was to report and characterize cases of acute hyperkalemia of unknown origin in dogs under anesthesia.Medical records of client-owned dogs that developed acute hyperkalemia during anesthesia were retrospectively evaluated. Data collected included demographics, duration of anesthesia until the episode, electrolytes and blood gas measurements, electrocardiogram (ECG) abnormalities, drugs used as part of the anesthetic protoco...

Monday, 06 February 2023

The fecal bacterial microbiota of newborn foals

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  • Seventeen hospitalized and 21 healthy foals were included
failure of passive immunity 1The fecal bacterial microbiota of normal foals and foals with enterocolitis has been characterized using next-generation sequencing technology; however, there are no reports investigating the gut microbiota in foals hospitalized for other perinatal diseases. This study aimed to describe and compare the fecal bacterial microbiota in healthy and sick foals using next-generation sequencing techniques.Seventeen hospitalized an...

Friday, 03 February 2023

Diaphragmatic hernia in cats

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  • The most frequently inserted organ into the chest was liver
ernia gattoDiaphragmatic rupture is introduced as one of the most common injuries occurring in small animals. In our retrospective report, 14 cats with a mean age of 12 months (male = 8, female = 6) that underwent diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy were studied.The data included the following: age, sex, breed, and clinical signs. The cause of diaphragmatic hernia, diaphragmatic rupture area, herniated organs, concomitant injuries, and survival rate after surgical treatment we...

Friday, 03 February 2023

Outcomes and clinical features associated with canine salivary gland carcinoma

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  • Seventy-two client-owned dogs from 16 institutions with surgically excised salivary gland carcinoma were included
mouth cancer adenocarcinomaThe objective of this study was to describe the clinical features, prognostic factors, and outcomes in dogs with surgically treated salivary gland carcinoma.Seventy-two client-owned dogs from 16 institutions with surgically excised salivary gland carcinoma were included. Medical records of dogs undergoing sialoadenectomy were reviewed for signalment, clinical signs, preoperative staging results, preoperative mass evaluation, c...

Friday, 03 February 2023

Sepsis and survival in critically ill calves

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  • Two-hundred thirty critically ill calves were retrospectively included
SickCalfSepsis is a life-threatening disease for which critically important antimicrobials (CIA) frequently are used. Diagnostic and therapeutic guidelines for sepsis and critically ill calves are largely lacking. The aim of this study was to identify factors associated with mortality in critically ill calves and describe bacteria obtained from blood cultures of critically ill calves with sepsis and their antimicrobial resistance.Two-hundred thirty critically ill calves,...

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