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A thymoma was tentatively diagnosed by radiographic and cytologic examination in a dog with hypercalcemia and elevated serum parathyroid hormone-related protein (PTHrP) concentration. Following surgical excision, the diagnosis of thymoma was confirmed via histopathologic examination, the hypercalcem...
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OBJECTIVE: To determine signalment, clinical signs, diagnostic findings, treatment, and outcome for cats with atrial fibrillation (AF). DESIGN: Retrospective study. ANIMALS: 50 cats. PROCEDURE: Medical records of cats that met criteria for a diagnosis of AF (ECG consisting of at least 2 leads, clear...
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A small number of dogs with patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) have right-to-left flow of blood through the ductus, leading to polycythemia and clinical signs associated with hyperviscosity. Three dogs with right-to-left-shunting PDA are described. Treatment consisted solely of phlebotomy, performed on ...
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Lupines (Lupinus albus) collected at Ile D'Orleans and Emil Lods Seed Farm of Macdonald College in southern Quebec showed reddish brown lesions on the lower stems. Lesions originated from petiole scars and contained concentric rings of brown-black pycnidia. Similar lesions were observed on mature po...
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