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Cervical lung lobe herniation in dogs identified by fluoroscopy.
This study aimed to determine the frequency of cervical lung lobe herniation (CLLH) in dogs evaluated fluoroscopically and to identify associated characteristics. Reports of diagnostic procedures andExpand
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Evaluation of biomarkers in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid for discrimination between asthma and chronic bronchitis in cats.
OBJECTIVE To compare concentrations of interleukin (IL)-4, interferon (IFN)-gamma, tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha and total nitric oxide (NO) metabolites in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) forExpand
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A zoonotic parasite, Linguatula serrata, infection in a dog imported from Ethiopia to the United States.
A moderate number of oval-shaped, 114.7 × 61.3 μm in size, amber-colored, arthropod-like eggs that had chitinous, smooth, semi-thickened outer wall and 2-4 short appendages armed with 2 terminalExpand
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feG-COOH blunts eosinophilic airway inflammation in a feline model of allergic asthma
Objective and designThis study investigated if feG-COOH would decrease allergen-induced airway inflammation.Materials or subjectsSeven adult cats sensitised to Bermuda grass allergen (BGA) to induceExpand
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Comparison of methohexital and propofol as induction agents for evaluation of laryngeal function in healthy dogs
Abstract Objective To determine the influence of propofol or methohexital, with and without doxapram, on the examination of laryngeal function in dogs. Study design Experimental study. Animals FortyExpand
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In-vitro immunosuppression of canine T-lymphocyte-specific proliferation with dexamethasone, cyclosporine, and the active metabolites of azathioprine and leflunomide in a flow-cytometric assay.
A high rate of mortality, expense, and complications of immunosuppressive therapy in dogs underscores the need for optimization of drug dosing. The purpose of this study was to determine, using aExpand
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Nebulized lidocaine blunts airway hyper-responsiveness in experimental feline asthma
Nebulized lidocaine may be a corticosteroid-sparing drug in human asthmatics, reducing airway resistance and peripheral blood eosinophilia. We hypothesized that inhaled lidocaine would be safe inExpand
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Aspiration-related respiratory disorders in dogs.
JAVMA • Vol 253 • No. 3 • August 1, 2018 Aspiration is defined as the intake of solid or liquid materials into the airways and pulmonary parenchyma.1 The content of the aspirated material may be foodExpand
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Treatment of feline asthma with ciclosporin in a cat with diabetes mellitus and congestive heart failure
A 5-year-old domestic shorthair cat that had been previously diagnosed with diabetes mellitus was presented for episodes of coughing and respiratory distress. Diagnostic testing revealed congestiveExpand
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Disseminated phaeohyphomycosis in a dog
Phaeohyphomycosis is a rare but emerging disease caused by dematiaceous fungi. Here we describe the case of an immunosuppressed dog with disseminated phaeohyphomycosis secondary to BipolarisExpand
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