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The incidence of distal radio-ulnar fractures is particularly high in small and miniature breed dogs. Fixation using a plate or external fixation is recommended. By contrast, placement of a resin cast or use of an intramedullary pin is not recommended because these methods are associated with variou...
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This study evaluated, for the first time, the selection of antibiotic resistance in faecal Escherichia coli, a potential reservoir of genes of resistance, during the prolonged exposure to fluoroquinolones after the implantation of a local drug delivery system (LDDS) in a swine model. Fourteen pigs w...
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Objective: To evaluate the effects of moderate exercise on kinetic gait analysis using a force platform in dogs with hindlimb lameness due to osteoarthritis (OA). Methods: Ten control dogs (Control) and 10 dogs presented with chronic and stable hindlimb lameness (OA) were recruited. Dogs were subjec...
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Chronic post-traumatic osteomyelitis is often caused by simple bacterial infection (in particular Staphylococcus spp.) but anaerobic bacteria are commonly found in polymicrobial infections. The risk factors are initial contamination, presence of foreign body or an environment favourable for bacteria...
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A four-year-old, entire male domestic cat was referred for assessment of a large abdominal mass of three-weeks duration. Diagnostic imaging suggested the presence of either splenic neoplasia, an abdominal abscess or haematoma. A coeliotomy was performed and an enlarged, irregular mass, including the...
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An 11-year-old female Labrador was referred for suspicion of a mast cell tumour recurrence on the right flank. A grade I mast cell tumour was completely excised at this location 6 months prior to referral. The tumour which measured 5×10 cm was firm, heterogenous, infiltrative, and ulcerated without...
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A 7-month-old intact female German shepherd dog was presented with recurrent urinary tract infections and incontinence, ambiguous external genitalia (enlarged vulva containing a penis), and an anovestibular fistula. Anatomical structures, histopathology, and karyotyping supported a diagnosis of fema...
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A 6-year-old French spaniel and a 14-month-old German shepherd dog were diagnosed with ear canal atresia. Based on presentation, computed tomography, and auditory function evaluation, the first dog underwent excision of the horizontal ear canal and bulla curettage, and the second underwent re-anasto...