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- Sebbag, Lionel; Smee, Nicole; van der Merwe, Deon; Schmid, Dustin
- Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 2013 v.49 no.5 pp. 342-346
- Weimaraner, etc ; Microcystis; Silybum marianum; adenosylmethionine; blood; case studies; disease control; disease diagnosis; dog diseases; dogs; females; hematologic tests; ingestion; lakes; liver failure; methionine; oral exposure; patients; phycotoxins; poisoning; spaying; summer; swimming; vitamin K; vomiting; water pollution; water quality analysis; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... A 2.5 yr old spayed female Weimaraner presented after ingestion of blue-green algae (Microcystis spp.). One day prior to presentation, the patient was swimming at a local lake known to be contaminated with high levels of blue-green algae that was responsible for deaths of several other dogs the same summer. The patient presented 24 hr after exposure with vomiting, inappetence, weakness, and lethar ...