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Treatment of canine Alopecia X with trilostane.
Sixteen Pomeranians and eight miniature poodles presenting with clinical signs of alopecia X, elevated blood concentrations of 17-hydroxyprogesterone post stimulation with adrenocorticotropic hormoneExpand
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Identification and concentration of soy phytoestrogens in commercial dog foods.
OBJECTIVE To identify and determine the concentrations of phytoestrogens in commercial dog foods. SAMPLE POPULATION 24 commercial dog foods, including 12 moist or dry extruded commercial dog foodsExpand
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Soy isoflavone metabolism in cats compared with other species: urinary metabolite concentrations and glucuronidation by liver microsomes
Abstract 1. Soybean is a common source of protein in many pet foods. Slow glucuronidation of soy-derived isoflavones in cats has been hypothesized to result in accumulation with adverse healthExpand
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Effects of powdered whole grapefruit and metoclopramide on the pharmacokinetics of cyclosporine in dogs.
OBJECTIVE To determine whether oral administration of metoclopramide or a commercially available powdered whole grapefruit (PWG) nutraceutical in combination with cyclosporine enhances systemicExpand
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Generalized Microsporum canis dermatophytosis in six Yorkshire terrier dogs.
Six Yorkshire terrier dogs with generalized, chronic dermatophytosis caused by Microsporum canis were seen over a 3-year period. Specific tests showed that they also had concurrent leishmaniosisExpand
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Review cutaneous lesions of the canine scrotum.
Scrotal lesions are uncommon and often present a diagnostic challenge. In the veterinary literature there are no texts devoted to this subject. This study reviews and illustrates canine scrotalExpand
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Symmetrical alopecia in the dog
ALOPECIA is characterised by the absence of hair or by its loss from areas where it is normally present. It may be congenital or acquired and may reflect a cutaneous problem or may be the consequenceExpand
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Cutaneous lymphosarcoma.
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Nonpruritic Hair Loss
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An analysis of factors underlying hypotrichosis and alopecia in Irish Water spaniels in the United Kingdom
A survey on the occurrence of dermatoses in the Irish Water spaniel (IWS) was carried out in the United Kingdom. A group of 20 dogs was selected and examined clinically. All dogs had a nonpruritic,Expand
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