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Canine babesiosis is a hemoprotozoan parasite affecting dogs. The goal of this study was to provide an overview of molecular examination of babesiosis and heamato-biochemical changes in canine babesiosis infected dogs. In this study, 8 cases infected with Babesia were confirmed by means of hematological, biochemical and multiplex PCR. The most common clinical s...

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The aim of the present study was to document the clinico pathological changes of acute pancreatitis in dogs and to compare various diagnostic modalities in the early diagnosis of acute pancreatitis in dogs. Suspected dogs with gastrointestinal disorders presented with clinical signs such as acute onset of vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain were screened for acut...

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The study entitled “Clinicopathological evaluation of inflammatory bowel disease and its management in dogs” was carried out to study the clinicopathological changes of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)in dogs, to assess the usefulness of endoscopy in the diagnosis of IBD and evaluating the therapeutic protocols in the management of IBD. Present study consisted of t...

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Subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA) is defined as periods of moderately depressed ruminal pH, is one of the most common chronic digestive disorders, especially in well-managed dairy herds. The study was conducted at Large Animal Medicine-Out patient Unit of Madras Veterinary College Teaching Hospital to document clinical, haemato-biochemical, rumen fluid, milk and ult...

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The study on ‘Clinicopathology and medical management of hematuria in dogs’ was carried out to record the etiology, incidence and clinicopathological changes associated with hematuria in dogs and to carry out suitable medical management in various etiopathologieal conditions of hematuria in dogs.

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The study was carried out on 12 clinical cases of dogs that were brought to Madras Veterinary College Teaching Hospital, with a history of gastro-intestinal affections requiring surgical intervention. The cases were selected based upon inclusive and exclusive criteria respectively. Twelve dogs selected for the study were randomly divided into two groups of 6 each....

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The high incidence of Repeat breeding is one of the most common problems faced by the farmers and veterinarians in India and it causes huge economic loss to the farmers. A total of 90 repeat breeder cows that were either brought to the Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Veterinary College and Research Institute, Tirunelveli, or to the infertility camps at nea...

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