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Neurological incontinence is a common and problematic sequel to severe thoracolumbar spinal cord injury, and can make medium and long term management of these cases very difficult.
Cat admissions to RSPCA shelters in Queensland, Australia: description of cats and risk factors for euthanasia after entry.
Animal shelters and rescue centres around the world admit large numbers of unwanted pets, for care and rehoming.
Anaesthetic induction agents are often given slowly, in the belief that this will reduce complications such as apnoea.
Although diagnosis of lymphoma is often straightforward with biopsy of affected tissue, it can be problematic in certain cases, for example if the affected organ is hard or risky to biopsy.
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