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The Canadian Veterinary Journal
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Acetaminophen toxicosis in a Dalmatian - MacNaughton, Sarah M.
An 11-year-old, spayed female Dalmatian was presented with suspected acetaminophen toxicosis. The dog was severely depressed. Methemoglobinemia, facial edema, and hemoglobinuria responded to treatment with intravenous fluids, N-acetylcysteine, ascorbic acid, and sodium bicarbonate. There was no clinical evidence of hepatic damage typical of acetaminophen toxicity in the dog.
Hip dysplasia in a 6-year-old Salz ram - Loste, Araceli; Ramos, Juan José; Sáez, Teófilo; Sever, Ramón; Marca, Carmen
A 6-year old Salz ram was presented with a history of poor body condition, progressive gait abnormalities, pelvic limb lameness, and difficulty with copulation. Based on the history, clinical signs, hip palpation, and radiography, a diagnosis of hip dysplasia, previously unreported in sheep, was made.
Intradural vasculitis and hemorrhage in full sibling Welsh springer spaniels - Caswell, Jeff L.; Nykamp, Stephanie G.
Two, full sibling, Welsh springer spaniels presented at 8 and 18 mo of age with rapidly progressive ataxia, recumbency, and pyrexia. The spinal cord contained extensive subdural hemorrhage and, in 1 dog, suppurative and necrotizing arteritis in the dura. The findings suggest a familial form of canine juvenile polyarteritis syndrome.
Medullary trichomalacia in 6 German shepherd dogs - Tieghi, Chiara; Miller, William H.; Scott, Danny W.; Pasquinelli, Gianandrea
Medullary trichomalacia is the name proposed for a hair shaft abnormality that was recognized in 6 German shepherd dogs. Affected dogs had multifocal areas of broken hairs, especially on the dorsolateral trunk. Microscopic examination of hair shafts revealed focal areas of loss of architecture, swelling, and apparent softening of the medulla, followed by longitudinal (lengthwise) splitting and breakage of the hair shaft. No cause could be found. Affected dogs were otherwise healthy, and apparent spontaneous recovery was the usual outcome. Relapses may occur.
The effects of 3 gonadorelin products on luteinizing hormone release, ovulation, and follicular wave emergence in cattle - Martínez, Marcelo F.; Mapletoft, Reuben J.; Kastelic, John P.; Carruthers, Terry
The objective was to determine luteinizing hormone (LH) secretion and follicular dynamics in cattle following administration of 3 gonadorelin formulations that are commercially available in Canada. In experiment 1, nonlactating Holstein cows (n = 4 per group) were randomly assigned to receive 100 ?g gonadorelin diacetate tetrahydrate, intramuscularly (C; Cystorelin, or FE; Fertagyl). Blood samples (for LH analysis) were collected 0, 1, 2, and 4 hours after treatment. In experiment 2, nonlactating Holstein cows (n = 10 per group) were randomly allocated to receive 100 ?g gonadorelin, intramuscularly as follows: 2 mL of C; 1 mL of FE; or 2...