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Latest Issue: August 2017

Clinical Characteristics of Adult Dogs More Than 5 Years of Age at Presentation for Patent Ductus Arteriosus

Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a congenital disease causing initially a left to right shunt of blood, leading to volume overload and potentially eventual heart failure.

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Presumed primary immune-mediated neutropenia in 35 dogs: a retrospective study

Primary immune-mediated neutropenia is an uncommon disease causing immunosuppression. This retrospective study describes 35 dogs with presumed primary immune-mediated neutropenia. Diag-nosis was based on a neutrophil count of <1·5×109 cells/L on at least two separate occasions...

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Hematology and biochemistry of aging—evidence of “anemia of the elderly” in old dogs

There are a variety of causes of anaemia in elderly people, such as iron deficiency, anaemia of chron-ic disease and chronic kidney disease.

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CLINICAL AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING FEATURES OF IDIOPATHIC OC-ULOMOTOR NEUROPATHY IN 14 DOGS

Ophthalmoplegia or ophthalmoparesis, paralysis or paresis of the ocular muscles, has been noted secondary to neoplasia of the oculomotor nerve.

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