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Myxedema coma leading to respiratory depression in a dog.
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A 10-year-old, intact male, cocker spaniel was presented with hypothermia, without shivering, and progressive stupor leading to coma, which supported the diagnosis of myxedema coma. Expand
Efficacy and safety of simvastatin (alone or in association with cholestyramine). A 1-year study in 66 patients with type II hyperlipoproteinaemia.
The effects and safety of simvastatin, an inhibitor of 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A reductase, were investigated alone or in association with cholestyramine in 66 patients withExpand
Flow cytometric immunophenotype of canine lymph node aspirates.
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Aspirates of enlarged lymph nodes from dogs with lymphoma were readily classified by this technique and aspiration of lymph nodes for comprehensive analysis by flow cytometry is feasible and applicable to immunophenotyping of lymphoma. Expand
The use of vascular access ports for blood collection in feline blood donors.
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The use of vascular access ports for feline blood donation is feasible, is associated with less hypotension, and may simplify donation, but red cell quality may decrease, and effects on donors must be considered. Expand
The immunophenotype of peripheral blood lymphocytes in clinically healthy dogs and dogs with lymphoma in remission.
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It was suggested that, by using flow cytometric methods, residual circulating neoplastic cells could not be detected, but the changes in the lymphocyte profile of dogs treated with chemotherapy may have relevance to their immunocompetence. Expand
[Effects of simvastatin on plasma lipids, lipoproteins and apoproteins (A1 and B). 24 cases of major primary hypercholesterolemia].
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If long term safety can be confirmed, the simvastatin-cholestyramine regimen may prove useful in heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia. Expand
[Sea-blue histiocytes and storage diseases. 3 cases].
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The authors report three cases of storage diseases, in which these particular cells have been found, and the significance and pathogenesis of "sea-blue" histiocytes are discussed. Expand
Beneficial effects of indapamide on lipoproteins and apoproteins in ambulatory hypertensive patients.
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Indapamide, 2.5 mg once daily, is effective and safe for the control of mild to moderate hypertension, both in young and older patients, and may be an optimal diuretic for use in normolipidemic or hyperlipidemic patients, as it increases high-density lipoprotein but not low-densitylipoprotein cholesterol. Expand
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