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Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Postprandial changes in serum biochemistry analytes in healthy cats

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  • Postprandial serum concentrations of BUN, phosphorus, bicarbonate and chloride differed at multiple time points
Once day headerThe aim of this study was to evaluate the magnitude, duration and significance of postprandial changes to select serum biochemistry analytes in healthy adult cats in the 12 h period after a meal.Nine adult research cats fed commercial food were included. Blood samples were taken after a 12 h fast (hour 0), cats were offered and consumed a meal, and postprandial samples were obtained over a 12 h period starting 2 h after the baseline blood draw (hour...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Effects of contact with a dog on prefrontal brain activity in people

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  • Twenty-one healthy individuals each participated in six sessions
Young man with his yellow labrador retriever in nature - back litThere is a broad range of known effects of animal contact on human mental and physical health. Neurological correlates of human interaction with animals have been sparsely investigated. We investigated changes in frontal brain activity in the presence of and during contact with a dog.Twenty-one healthy individuals each participated in six sessions. In three sessions, participants ha...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Retrospective Analysis of Leishmaniasis in Sicily

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  • Phlebotomus perfiliewi was the dominant sandfly species
pexels tehmasip khan 6601811Leishmaniasis is an important vector-borne disease that represents a serious public health problem, including in Sicily (Italy), which is considered an endemic area. In this study were collected canine, feline and human data from 2013 to 2021 in Sicily, while entomological surveys were conducted only in 2013 and 2021.Result showed that 23,794/74,349 (34.4%) of dogs and 274/4774 (11.8%) of cats were positive in one or more d...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Staging of Low-Grade Cutaneous Mast Cell Tumor nel cane

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  • To evaluate the prevalence of splenic and hepatic involvement in newly diagnosed canine low-grade cMCT
Mast cell tumors in dogs 1Clinical staging is a fundamental step in the clinical assessment of canine cutaneous mast cell tumor (cMCT), and it is recommended to evaluate the tumor draining lymph node (eTDLN), perform diagnostic imaging, and fine needle aspiration (FNA) of the spleen and liver to determine the presence of metastatic disease, thereby refining the prognosis. The aim of this retrospective study was to evaluate the prevalence of splenic and ...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Vaccination against paratuberculosis in sheep

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  • To assess mycobacterial infection site-specific variations in immune cells in vaccinated sheep that did or did not develop the disease
ileo ovinoSystemic immunisation delivered subcutaneously is currently used to control paratuberculosis, a chronic enteritis of ruminants caused by Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP). These vaccines do not provide complete protection and a small cohort of animals still succumb to clinical disease. The aim of this study was to assess mycobacterial infection site-specific variations in immune cells in vaccinated sheep that did or did not develop the dise...

Monday, 17 October 2022

Tumor incidence in dogs in Germany

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  • The most common neoplasms were mammary tumors
boxer tumorCharacterization of a tumor entity is based on the precise histopathological diagnosis taking into account the signalment of the diseased animal. The present study is a comprehensive, up-to-date statistical investigation on the type, frequency and breed distribution of neoplasia in dogs in Germany. ...

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