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[Volvulus of the proximal colon and the cecum in a dog].
  • E. Huber
  • Medicine
  • Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde
  • 1994
Volvulus is the torsion of an organ around its pedicle (Garnier et al., 1990). In the dog, the volvulus of the stomach is well known, and the volvulus of the small intestine is rare (Carberry et al.,Expand
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[Acute idiopathic hypereosinophilic syndrome in a rottweiler].
The idiopathic hypereosinophilic syndrome is a part of the yet rather unknown diseases and the aetiology remains at the least hypothetical. This syndrome is characterized by a variableExpand
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The treatment of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction: Primary sufficient therapy avoids chronic inflammation or dacryocystorhinostomy
The persistence of Hasner's membrane, a thin fragile duplicate of the mucous lining at the end of the nasolacrimal duct, represents the most common cause of congenital dacryostenosis. If the tearExpand
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Norfloxacin in the treatment of congenital dacryocystitis
The most common cause of congenital dacryostenosis is the persistence of Hasner's membrane. In more than 90% of the newborns it perforates spontaneously during the first four to six weeks. If noExpand
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[Resolution of megaesophagus after treatment of concurrent hypothyroidism in a dog].
An adult mixbreed female dog is presented with a megaoesophagus. The treatment of a concomitant thyroïdism allowed the total regression of the megaoesophagus. A literature overview is presented,Expand
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[A case of canine angiostrongylosis].
A six-month old bitch presenting a sub-lingual mucocele and hematoma associated with coagulation disorders died four days after the surgical treatment of the mucocele. The necropsy revealed a canineExpand
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Über den schädigenden Einfluß von Neutralrot aufSpirogyra-Zellen
  • E. Huber
  • Biology
  • Protoplasma
  • 1 September 1956
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The treatment of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction
The persistence of Hasner's membrane, a thin fragile duplicate of the mucous lining at the end of the nasolacrimal duct, represents the most common cause of congenital dacryostenosis. If the tearExpand
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Intracranial Bleedings Associated with Anticoagulant Therapy
Bleeding in anticoagulated patients is not a rare occurrence in Basle. In 1966 four neurosurgical cases were reported by KLINGER (5). In 1971 LEVI and STULA (6) found as many as 27 cases of cerebralExpand
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