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In order to study the clinical, serological, and morphological evolution of chronic hepatitis B virus infection in childhood, a prospective study has been carried out. A total of 90 children with a chronic infection were followed up for a mean (SD) of 3 (1.8) years. At the beginning of the study, 61 children were asymptomatic and 77 were household contacts(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS The efficacy of interferon therapy in Caucasian children with chronic hepatitis B is similar to that in adults. However, little information is available about factors predicting response to this therapy in children. We have performed a univariate analysis to assess the strength of association between basal variables and response, and a(More)
A 7-month-old, entire female, domestic shorthair cat was referred to our behavioural service owing to soiling in the house and a play-related problem. The owners' complaints were that the cat had never used the litter tray, and it did not know how to play. After reviewing the behavioural history, a problem of substrate preferences acquisition was suspected(More)
Domestic cats are exposed to a variety of stressful stimuli, which may have a negative effect on the cats' welfare and trigger a number of behavioural changes. Some of the stressors most commonly encountered by cats include changes in environment, inter-cat conflict, a poor human-cat relationship and the cat's inability to perform highly motivated behaviour(More)
Objective: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of fluoxetine on any hematological and biochemical parameter that could, in turn, affect the physiology and the behavior of the dog. Methods: Thirteen healthy dogs without medical or behavioral problems were included in the study. All of them received 1 mg/kg q24 h of fluoxetine for 45 days(More)
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