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Sinonasal aspergillosis in dogs: a review.
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Evaluation of the veterinary literature demonstrates that the evidence base in support of individual treatment recommendations is weak, and therefore understanding of important practicalities for both diagnostic options and treatment protocols is understood. Expand
Intra-Abdominal Actinomycetoma in a Cat
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Abdominal actinomycetoma in the cat may be an under-diagnosed condition due to its close resemblance to neoplastic disease and prognosis is good for localised lesions. Expand
Resistance to tumor growth mediated by Listeria monocytogenes: collaborative and suppressive macrophage-lymphocyte interactions in vitro.
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These results demonstrate that specifically sensitized T cells interact with Mchi for expression of LM-induced nonspecific tumor cell destruction in vitro, however, such interactions may also be noncooperative or suppressive, thus resulting in tumor cell proliferation. Expand
Clotrimazole and enilconazole distribution within the frontal sinuses and nasal cavity of nine dogs with sinonasal aspergillosis.
OBJECTIVES Multiple topical treatments are often required for clinical cure of mycotic rhinosinusitis in dogs. The objective of this study was to describe the distribution and retention ofExpand
Multi-centre assessment of mycotic rhinosinusitis in dogs: a retrospective study of initial treatment success (1998 to 2008).
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Treatment of mycotic rhinosinusitis remains challenging, and multiple treatments are frequently required for adequate treatment, making it difficult to predict those dogs that are likely to have a superior prognosis, regardless of the treatment type used. Expand
Activated coagulation times in normal cats and dogs using MAX-ACT tubes.
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In both cats and dogs, a MAX-ACT result >85 s should be considered abnormal and further coagulation testing should be performed, and failure to discard the first few drops of the sample does not appear to significantly affect results. Expand
In Vivo Histologically Equivalent Evaluation of Gastric Mucosal Topologic Morphology in Dogs By using Confocal Endomicroscopy
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Confocal endomicroscopy provides in vivo images allowing assessment of gastric mucosal morphology during endoscopy, potentially permitting real‐time diagnosis of gastrointestinal disease. Expand
In vivo confocal endomicroscopy of small intestinal mucosal morphology in dogs.
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CEM provides in vivo images that allow for cellular and subcellular assessment of intestinal mucosal morphology during endoscopy, which has implications for aiding in vivo diagnosis of gastrointestinal disease. Expand
Clinical resolution of a nasal granuloma caused by Trichosporon loubieri
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This is the first report of successful treatment of nasal granuloma formation caused by Trichosporon species infection in a cat, and it is described the diagnosis of a nasopharyngealgranuloma due to a fungal infection by trichospora loubieri. Expand
The exogenous fluorophore, fluorescein, enables in vivo assessment of the gastrointestinal mucosa via confocal endomicroscopy: optimization of intravenous dosing in the dog model.
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Fluorescein provided optimal fluorescent contrast to enable in vivo histologically equivalent evaluation of topologic mucosal morphology within the first 30 min following intravenous administration. Expand
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