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- Ribas Latre, A.; McPartland, A.; Cain, D.; Walker, D.; Black, V.; Van Den Steen, N.; Warman, S.; Battersby, I.; Murtagh, K.; Silvestrini, P.; Batchelor, D.; Tappin, S. W.
- Thejournal of small animal practice 2019 v.60 no.5 pp. 280-290
- adrenal cortex hormones; anorexia; cell biology; dogs; etiology; females; fever; histopathology; immunosuppression; lymph nodes; lymphadenitis; medical records; prednisolone; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); therapeutics; United Kingdom
- ... OBJECTIVES: To report clinical and laboratory features, treatment responses and outcome in dogs diagnosed with sterile steroid‐responsive lymphadenitis in the United Kingdom. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Medical records of dogs diagnosed with sterile steroid‐responsive lymphadenitis from 2009 to 2016 at six specialist referral centres were evaluated retrospectively. RESULTS: The study included 49 dogs. ...
- Milodowski, E. J.; Friend, E. J.; Granger, N.; Doran, I. C. P.
- Thejournal of small animal practice 2019 v.60 no.5 pp. 313-318
- analysis of variance; dogs; females; mixed breeds; sphincters; urethra
- ... OBJECTIVES: To determine whether artificial urethral sphincter filling volume is proportional to peak pressure exerted on the urethra. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Urethral pressure profilometry was performed in five female, medium‐sized, mixed‐breed canine cadavers following artificial urethral sphincter placement. Maximum urethral pressure was recorded following sequential incremental inflation of 0.1 ...