Differentiating spontaneous from drug-induced vascular injury in the dog.


When vascular injury is observed in dogs used in preclinical toxicology studies, careful evaluation of the lesions is warranted, especially when differentiating drug-induced vascular changes from spontaneous findings, such as idiopathic canine polyarteritis. The clinical signs as well as the nature and distribution of lesions can often be distinguishing, as… (More)


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