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Primary immune-mediated polyarthritis in dogs

  • Relapse of clinical signs was reported in 53% of dogs
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depositphotos 44037361 l 2015 origThe Objectives of this study was to provide a description of primary idiopathic immune-mediated polyarthritis, including long-term outcome and relapse rates, for dogs starting treatment with corticosteroids alone or corticosteroids with a second immunosuppressant.

Medical records were reviewed between January 2012 and December 2017 to identify dogs diagnosed with primary immune-mediated polyarthritis. Data including signalment, clinicopathological findings, type and duration of treatment, relapse and outcome were recorded.

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Antonio Maria Tardo Med Vet PhD Student

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