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Dr. Alyssa recounts a time she diagnosed an obstructive foreign body on abdominal palpation and shares a step-by-step guide to performing this essential diagnostic skill.


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Hyperacidity can promote gastroduodenal ulceration and is more likely to occur in dogs and cats with mast cell disease.

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Because dermatophytosis is not a reportable disease, the overall incidence remains unknown.

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