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A primary cerebral hemangiosarcoma was identified in a 6-week-old, female, cross-breed dog. Grossly, the tumor mass was poorly demarcated from the adjacent neuropil, hemorrhagic, and caused effacement of the right dorsolateral cerebral hemisphere. Microscopically, the tumor was composed of an infilt...
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Severe generalized degenerative myopathy was diagnosed in a population of captive bred satanic leaf-tailed geckoes (Uroplatus phantasticus). The diagnosis was based on characteristic histological changes and response to dietary therapy. This is the first reported case of nutritional myopathy in the ...
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A 10-year-old, spayed female, Irish water spaniel was presented with a 2-week history of anisocoria characterized by mydriasis of the right eye compared to the left eye in ambient light. Ophthalmic and neurological examinations, combined with pharmacological testing, identified a disease process aff...
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Neonatal calves from a seasonal dairy herd in North Western Tasmania were presented for veterinary care due to mortalities and bleeding from multiple orifices. Necropsy examination revealed free blood throughout the parenchymatous organs, body cavities and connective tissues. There was no history of...
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Four-to six-week-old calves from a seasonal dairy herd in North Western Tasmania were presented for veterinary attention due to the occurrence of sudden deaths. Necropsy examination of one of the calves revealed several small pale foci of 1 cm diameter on the epicardium. Mortalities were found to be...
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OBJECTIVE: To determine the FIV status of Australian cats with lymphosarcoma and relate this to patient characteristics, tumour characteristics (tissue involvement, histological grade and immunophenotype), haematological and serum biochemical values and FeLV status of affected cats. DESIGN: Prospect...
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OBJECTIVE: To determine the response of Australian cats with lymphosarcoma to chemotherapy and/or surgery in relation to patient and tumour characteristics, haematological and serum biochemical values and retroviral status. DESIGN: Prospective study of 61 client-owned cats with naturally-occurring l...
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OBJECTIVE: To determine the FeLV status of sera and tumours from Australian cats with lymphosarcoma in relation to patient characteristics, tumour characteristics (tissue involvement, histological grade and immunophenotype), haematological and biochemical values. DESIGN: Prospective study of 107 cli...
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OBJECTIVE: To describe, for the first time, haematological and serum biochemical findings in cases of lymphosarcoma in Australian cats. DESIGN: A prospective multi-institutional study. PROCEDURE: Of 118 affected cats presented to the authors over a 18-month period, 97 were evaluated haematologically...
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OBJECTIVE: To determine and analyse the immunophenotype and histological appearance of naturally occurring cases of lymphosarcoma in Australian cats. DESIGN: A prospective multi-institutional study of naturally occurring feline lymphosarcoma. METHODS: One hundred and eighteen cats were referred for ...
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OBJECTIVE: To determine patients' characteristics and anatomical distribution of lesions in cats with lymphosarcoma. DESIGN: Prospective multi-institutional study of naturally occurring feline lymphosarcoma. METHODS: Veterinarians in Sydney were provided with free diagnostic laboratory services for ...
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Parasite-naive guinea pigs with genetically determined differences in responsiveness to infection with the gastrointestinal nematode parasite Trichostrongylus colubriformis were sensitised to ovalbumin and later challenged by exposure to an ovalbumin aerosol. The resultant cellular migration into th...