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- Schoeman, J P, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- New Zealand veterinary journal 2013 v.61 no.4 pp. 217-222
- risk; hypocholesterolemia; C-reactive protein; Carnivore protoparvovirus 1; gastrointestinal system; vomiting; biomarkers; body weight; dogs; morbidity; thrombocytopenia; viruses; mortality; enteritis; patients; death; complications (disease); pathogens; purebreds
- ... Canine parvovirus (CPV) enteritis has, since its emergence in 1978, remained a common and important cause of morbidity and mortality in young dogs. The continued incidence of parvoviral enteritis is partly due to the virus' capability to evolve into more virulent and resistant variants with significant local gastrointestinal and systemic inflammatory sequelae. This paper reviews current knowledge ...
- Schoeman, J. P., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- journal of small animal practice 2013 v.54 no.3 pp. 160-163
- Bull Terrier; attitudes and opinions; dogs; edema; etiology; fibrosis; histopathology; radiography; stomach; ultrasonography
- ... An under‐sized three‐month‐old female bull terrier was referred with a history of regurgitation since three days of age. Thoracic radiographs were unremarkable, while abdominal radiographs showed a distended stomach, despite a 12 hour fast. Abdominal ultrasonography revealed gastric outflow obstruction of unclear aetiology. Coeliotomy was performed, during which an excessive mucosal fold at the py ...
- Schoeman, J P
- disease diagnosis; cats; aorta; thrombosis; embolism; heart diseases; mortality; disease control; seasonal variation
- ... The clinical case records of 44 cats with distal aortic thromboembolism were reviewed. These detailed 49 separate episodes of thromboembolism. Of the 44 cats, 33 (75%) were neutered males, and 43 (98%) were domestic shorthairs. The mean age was 8.7 years (age range 2–16 years). Evidence of pre-existing heart disease had been noted in 23% of cases. Heart failure was a concurrent diagnosis in 51% of ...