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Serenity, a 2-year-old, 250-gram bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps), was fed three fireflies by the owner and started turning black.
While there is no single "global" test for hemostasis, simple point-of-care tests can be done to detect the primary and secondary hemostatic defects often encountered in clinical practice.
Feline aortic thromboembolism (FATE) is a clinical syndrome associated with systemic embolization of cardiac thrombi (it is strongly suspected, but not proven, that peripheral thrombosis is secondary to embolization, rather than a localized thrombotic process).
Intravenous fluid therapy is essential for treatment of a variety of acute and chronic critical illnesses.
While the consequences of hyperlipidemia can be insignificant, they can sometimes be catastrophic.
A 4-year-old, male Labrador retriever presented with a persistent dermal nodule on the tail.
A 10-month-old, neutered female beagle presented for evaluation of intermittent exercise intolerance and dyspnea.
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