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Utility of currently available biomarkers in canine inflammatory enteropathiesmembers
Chronic inflammatory enteropathies (CIE) in dogs are a group of disorders that are characterized by chronic persistent or recurrent signs of gastrointestinal disease and histologic evidence of mucosal inflammation. These CIEs are classified as either food‐responsive, antibiotic‐responsive, or immunosuppressant‐responsive enteropathy. Patients not clinically responding to immunomodulatory treatment are grouped as nonresponsive enteropathy and dogs with intestinal protein loss as protein‐losing enteropathy. How useful are the currently available biomarkers in this diagnostic challenge?

Palliative-intent hypofractionated radiotherapy for non-resectable canine thyroid carcinomamembers
Radiotherapy is the treatment of choice for non‐resectable canine thyroid carcinoma, in most cases highly malignant tumors. High tumor response rates and median survival times of 2 years or longer have been previously reported with conventionally fractionated and hypofractionated protocols, even in dogs with distant metastasis. The objective of this retrospective, descriptive, case series study was to evaluate the clinical outcomes of dogs with thyroid carcinoma irradiated with palliative intent using hypofractionated radiotherapy at our institution.

High field magnetic resonance imaging to describe soft tissues in the equine stiflemembers
High field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is increasingly used for horses with suspected stifle disease, however there is limited available information on normal imaging anatomy and potential incidental findings. The aim of this prospective, anatomic study was to develop an optimized high field MRI protocol for evaluation of the equine stifle and provide detailed descriptions of the normal MRI appearance of the stifle soft tissues, using ultrasound and gross pathological examination as comparison tests.

Valacyclovir in horses with equine multinodular pulmonary fibrosismembers
Equine herpesvirus‐5 is commonly isolated from the lungs of horses with EMPF, suggesting an etiological link. Valacyclovir is used empirically to treat EMPF; however, no data is available concerning its impact on EHV‐5 viral kinetics. The objectives of this study were to determine the effect of oral administration of valacyclovir on EHV‐5 viral load measured by qPCR in blood, nasal secretions (NS) and BALF in horses with EMPF on six horses diagnosed with EMPF.

Milk/plasma ratio and milk and plasma pharmacokinetics of amoxicillin in lactating cowsmembers
This study was conducted to determine the passage ratio of amoxicillin into milk and its pharmacokinetics in milk and plasma after intramuscular administration. Five healthy dairy cows (Holstein, weighing 450–500 kg, aged 2–4 years) were used in this study. They received single intramuscular amoxicillin at a dose of 14 mg/kg body weight.


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Determining the origin of hepatic masses in dogs by CTmembers
Can CT scans diagnose the anatomical origin of hepatic masses? A very interesting question! The objective of this study was to identify CT features of canine hepatic masses that could be used to determine their divisional or lobar origin.

Neuromuscular block monitoring after cis-atracurium in the anaesthetized pigmembers
Neuromuscular blocking agents should be included as part of a balanced anaesthetic protocol to improve anaesthetic management, although doses are not always established for each species. Cis‐atracurium is a benzylisoquinolinium neuromuscular blocking agent with an intermediate duration of action devoid of significant adverse effects previously used in pigs with a wide dosage range. Cis‐atracurium was administered at 1 mg/kg bolus to sixteen pigs to establish its time profile and effects. Can it be recommended?

Enrofloxacin and the porcine livermembers
Enrofloxacin (EF) is a widely used fluoroquinolone, usually regarded as a safe and effective treatment for bacterial infections. Adverse effects of EF have previously been demonstrated in some species, but so far there have been no studies looking specifically at the impact of EF on pigs. In this study, three different doses of EF (5, 25 and 125 mg kg bw−1) were administrated to Bama pigs.

Radiculopathy associated with forelimb lameness in horsesmembers
There are limited descriptions of forelimb lameness that is not improved by diagnostic analgesia. The objectives of this retrospective study were to describe the clinical features, response to diagnostic analgesia and imaging findings in such horses (n = 25), to apply a ridden horse ethogram to video recordings of a subset of horses (n = 13) and to document post‐mortem findings (n = 3).



BOVINE

  • Growth factor expression in cows with cystic ovarian diseasemembers
  • Protecting protein to reduce methane production in ruminantsmembers
  • Lifetime prognosis in cattle with necrotic laryngitismembers
  • ECG findings in neonatal calves with diarrhea and associated potassium balance disordersmembers
  • Bacterial translocation in calves with atresia colimembers
  • Optimising lameness detection in dairy cattle members
  • Role of melatonin and its receptors in animal reproductionmembers
  • Physiological changes in inflammatory parameters in cows prae and post partummembers

    EQUINE

  • Biological variations of routine blood parameters in horsesmembers
  • Prognosis for horses with deep digital flexor tendon injury after penetrating woundmembers
  • Possible maternal effect for the pace trait of horsesmembers
  • Flecainide on induced atrial fibrillation in horsesmembers
  • Sonographic technique to identify manica flexoria tears in horsesmembers
  • Novel prototype dynamic laryngoplasty system on arytenoid abductionmembers
  • Lipid peroxidation biomarkers in equine neuroaxonal dystrophymembers
  • Eosinophils of the horse: an updatemembers

    SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE

  • Retrobulbar cellulitis and abscessation in dogsmembers
  • Antimicrobial resistance and resistance risk factors in staphylococci isolated from catsmembers
  • Neurological signs after attenuation of single congenital portosystemic shuntsmembers
  • Vocal fold granulomas in brachycephalic dogsmembers
  • Unusual cause of megaoesophagus in three catsmembers
  • First description of a Limy bile syndrome in a dogmembers
  • Novel intratumoral therapy in canine transmissible venereal tumourmembers
  • Long-term outcome of dogs with primary immune-mediated thrombocytopeniamembers

    SWINE PRACTICE

  • Outbreak of PEDV in Italymembers
  • Actinobacillus rossii as cause of abortion in a piglet members
  • Association between genome and aggression in group-housed pigsmembers
  • Oral fluid and plasma oxytetracycline concentrations after intramuscular administration in pigsmembers
  • Pharmacokinetics and behavioral effects of a liquid transdermal fentanyl solution in pigsmembers
  • Beta hydroxy beta methyl butyrate and the muscle fibre composition in growing pigsmembers
  • L-carnitine as a feed additive in pigs and poultrymembers
  • PCV-3 in pig serum samples from Spainmembers

    ARTICLES

  • Acyclovir and Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 multiplication in vitromembers
  • A novel herpesvirus associated with serious eye problems in a great horned owlmembers
  • Cerebrospinal Nematodiasis in Camelidsmembers
  • Peel meals as feed ingredients in poultry dietsmembers
  • Mycobacteria in aquarium fishmembers
  • Giardia duodenalis in primatesmembers
  • Architecture of extraocular muscles in hawks and owlsmembers
  • Leishmania spp. in Bats from an Area Endemic for Visceral Leishmaniasismembers

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