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Contribution of protein fractionation to depth of analysis of the serum and plasma proteomes.
In-depth analysis of the serum and plasma proteomes by mass spectrometry is challenged by the vast dynamic range of protein abundance and substantial complexity. There is merit in reducing complexityExpand
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Intravenous and Intraosseous Fluid Therapy in Critically Ill Birds of Prey
Abstract Fluid therapy is a foundation of emergency medicine, thus its importance cannot be underestimated. Avian fluid therapy shares the general principles used for mammalian species, yet it seemsExpand
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Chordomas at High Prevalence in the Captive Population of the Endangered Perdido Key Beach Mouse (Peromyscus polionotus trissyllepsis)
The Perdido Key beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus trissyllepsis) is a critically endangered subspecies of the oldfield mouse. The captive population, currently maintained by 3 Florida zoos, isExpand
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Sodium fluoroacetate toxicity: a case report of malicious poisoning in dogs across a Phoenix, Arizona neighborhood
In May 2016, thirteen dogs housed in backyards within a single neighborhood were reported to have developed convulsions and died within a 24 h period. An investigation of the scene by law enforcementExpand
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Coelomic Liposarcoma In An African Pygmy Goose (Nettapus Auritus)
A morbid African pygmy goose (Nettapus auritus) developed openmouth breathing and died during physical exam. Necropsy revealed bacterial salpingitis and a coelomic liposarcoma. Death resulted from aExpand
Traumatic brain injury manifested as optic neuropathy in the horse: A commentary and clinical case
Summary Blindness from head trauma is a serious debilitating disease in the horse. It appears that blunt trauma to the skull results in intracranial injury to the optic nerve at the optic chiasmExpand
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Meningoencephalitis, Vasculitis, and Abortions Caused by Chlamydia pecorum in a Herd of Cattle.
A cow dairy (n = 2000) in close proximity to a sheep flock had third-trimester abortions and fatalities in cows and calves over a 14-month period. Eighteen of 33 aborted fetuses (55%) had multifocalExpand
Retrobulbar embryonal tumor with multilayered rosettes in a golden retriever dog
Although rare, embryonal tumors (previously called primitive neuroectodermal tumors) should be considered in the differential diagnosis of retrobulbar tumors in dogs regardless of the age of theExpand
Gastrinoma and Zollinger–Ellison syndrome in canids: a literature review and a case in a Mexican gray wolf
Gastrinoma, an infrequent diagnosis in middle-aged dogs, occurs with nonspecific gastrointestinal morbidity. Laboratory tests can yield a presumptive diagnosis, but definitive diagnosis depends onExpand
Coccidioides posadasii in a Dog With Cervical Dissemination Complicated by Esophageal Fistula
A 5-year-old male, neutered mixed breed dog with a history of a mass with an associated draining tract on the ventral cervical region was diagnosed with an esophageal fistula. The dog exhibitedExpand