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Lymphangiectasia may be either primary or secondary. The primary form is of congenital or idiopathic nature while the secondary form is the consequence of conditions which alter the function of intestinal lymphatic vessels. Lymphangiectasia is characterised by lymphatic vessel dilation and/or leakage of lymph into the intestinal lumen or in deep mucosal portions. The term does not identify a...
Vomiting is a clinical sign commonly found in small animals. The causes are varied, simple or complex, making both the diagnosis and the subsequent therapy extremely difficult. Vomiting is often caused by diseases of the digestive tract but it can also be caused by disorders affecting other organs.   ETYMOLOGY
When dealing with dogs and cats it may happen to have to take care of orphaned puppies and kittens who have no access to maternal care and/or cannot be nursed with their mother’s milk.
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Lymphoma is the most frequent malignant neoplasm of the haematopoietic system in the dog and shares the clinical, cytological, histopathological and biomolecular characteristics of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in humans.
The glomerulonephritides constitute a group of renal diseases with heterogeneous aetiology. There are primary, secondary and idiopathic forms. The classification is based on the histological features seen by optical microscopy of renal biopsies, combined with the animal’s clinical data. The most significant clinical signs of glomerulonephritis are proteinuria/haematuria, nephrotic syndrome...
Ovarian tumours are not very common in the bitch, occurring with a frequency of about 6%, which is equivalent to 0.5-1.2% of all canine tumours, and accounting for 3.7% of tumours of female reproductive organs and 20% of ovarian pathologies. The frequency of primary ovarian tumours in the queen is even lower, ranging between 0.7 and 3.6%. In both species the real incidence is unknown because of...

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