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In many veterinary studies, including clinical trials and epidemiological investigations, data are clustered into groups such as herds. When such data are analyzed, it has become more and more popular to look for possible heterogeneity in outcome between herds. However, beyond the investigation of s...
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This study assessed the standard urinalysis technique and sediment stain techniques as predictors of bacterial culture results for canine and feline urine. Canine (n = 111) and feline (n = 79) urine samples were evaluated using unstained wet-mount and air-dried Gram and Wright-Giemsa stained sedimen...