Recent shifts in the global proportions of canine uroliths.

@article{Lulich2013RecentSI,
  title={Recent shifts in the global proportions of canine uroliths.},
  author={J P Lulich and Carl A. Osborne and Hasan Albasan and Lori A Koehler and Lauren Ulrich and Charlempol Lekcharoensuk},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={2013},
  volume={172 14},
  pages={363}
}
Epidemiological surveys are important tools to identify emerging trends in disease. The Minnesota Urolith Centre has been tracking the occurrence of uroliths for over 30 years. To evaluate global changes in the frequencies of canine uroliths, submissions to the Minnesota Urolith Centre in 1999 and 2000 (n = 39,965) were compared with submissions in 2009 and 2010 (n = 99,598). The proportion of calcium oxalate uroliths rose on every continent except in Europe. Seventy-five per cent of dogs with… CONTINUE READING
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