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Clinical efficacy of a GnRH-agonist implant containing 4.7 mg deslorelin, Suprelorin, regarding suppression of reproductive function in tomcats. Sandra.Pesch@vetmed.uni-giessen.de.
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The clinical efficacy of the 4.7 mg deslorelin implants (Suprelorin) in the tom inducing all castration related effects is demonstrated, and libido, mating behaviour and urine marking were significantly reduced after an initial stimulation. Expand
Treatment of queens in estrus and after estrus with a GnRH-agonist implant containing 4.7 mg deslorelin; hormonal response, duration of efficacy, and reversibility.
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This study proves that the incidence of estrus induction-although very low-is highest after treatment in estrus or postestrus, the duration of efficacy varies between 16 and 37 months, and estrus suppression is reversible and animals remain fertile after the treatment effect has expired. Expand
Induction of fertile oestrus in the bitch using Deslorelin, a GnRH agonist.
TLDR
Deslorelin implants can be considered as a valuable alternative to induce fertile oestrus in bitches in anoestrus and follow-up of the luteal phase is recommended, since some bitches might encounter luteAL failure. Expand
Comparative efficacy of a recombinant feline interferon omega in refractory cases of calicivirus-positive cats with caudal stomatitis: a randomised, multi-centre, controlled, double-blind study in 39
TLDR
Daily oromucosal treatment with 0.1 MU of rFeIFN-ω was associated with a significant improvement of clinical lesions (caudal stomatitis and alveolar/buccal mucositis) and a decrease of pain scores from D0 to D90, although no such statistical improvement was noticed in the prednisolone group. Expand
Efficacies of osaterone and delmadinone in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia in dogs
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Osaterone reduced the volume of the prostate glands of the dogs significantly more quickly than delmadinone, and both induced a similar level of minor, mostly transitory adverse effects. Expand
The use of recombinant omega interferon therapy in canine atopic dermatitis: a double-blind controlled study.
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Treatment with rfeIFN-omega at low doses may help for the long-term management of CAD and both products were well tolerated. Expand
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