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Feline leukemia virus detection by immunohistochemistry and polymerase chain reaction in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tumor tissue from cats with lymphosarcoma.
TLDR
When evaluated according to anatomic site, FeLV DNA and antigen were detected less frequently in intestinal LSAs than in multicentric and mediastinal tumors, but there was no significant difference in PCR detection of FeLV provirus between LSAs from cats < 7 yr and those > or = 7 yr. Expand
Canine meningitis. A changing emphasis.
  • S. Meric
  • Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary internal medicine
  • 1988
Drugs used for disorders of coagulation.
  • S. Meric
  • Medicine
  • The Veterinary clinics of North America. Small…
  • 1 November 1988
TLDR
The drugs used to prevent and treat thrombosis and those used to arrest bleeding are the subjects of this article. Expand
Serum thyroxine concentrations after radioactive iodine therapy in cats with hyperthyroidism.
TLDR
Administration of 131I was a safe and effective method to quickly decrease serum T4 concentrations in hyperthyroid cats and one month after administration, the 29 cats evaluated were clinically improved. Expand
Serum thyroxine concentrations following fixed-dose radioactive iodine treatment in hyperthyroid cats: 62 cases (1986-1989).
TLDR
The medical records of 62 hyperthyroid cats treated with a fixed dose of 4 mCi of radioactive iodine (131I) were reviewed, and three of these cats had normal serum thyroxine concentrations 6 months after treatment, and none had clinical signs of hypothyroidism. Expand
Whole blood platelet aggregation in dogs with liver disease.
TLDR
Dogs whose platelets did not aggregate in response to collagen and/or arachidonic acid manifested bleeding tendencies that could be attributed to platelet dysfunction. Expand
Suspected feline leukemia virus infection and pancytopenia in a western cougar.
  • S. Meric
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Veterinary Medical…
  • 1984
Pharmacological relaxation of the urethra in male cats: a study of the effects of phenoxybenzamine, diazepam, nifedipine and xylazine.
TLDR
None of the drugs used decreased urethral pressure in the zones of pure striated muscle or pure smooth muscle in these cats, making current recommendations for pharmacological management of urethal spasm suspect. Expand
Digestion of bentiromide and absorption of xylose in healthy cats and absorption of xylose in cats with infiltrative intestinal disease.
TLDR
Plasma concentrations of p-aminobenzoic acid and xylose were lower in healthy cats than those reported for healthy dogs, and there was no significant difference betweenxylose concentrations inhealthy cats and cats with infiltrative intestinal disease. Expand
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