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A commercial diet fed to a colony of inbred strain 13 guinea pigs for approximately 6 weeks was subsequently recalled for excessive levels of vitamin D. Twenty-one of 62 animals exhibited clinical signs, including anorexia, lethargy, and poor body condition. Nine affected and 4 clinically normal...

Author(s)
Holcombe, H.; Parry, N. M.; Rick, M.; Brown, D. E.; Albers, T. M.; Refsal, K. R.; Morris, J.; Kelly, R.; Marko, S. T.
Publisher
American College of Veterinary Pathologists Inc., Lawrence, USA
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 2015, 52, 4, pp 741-751
Abstract

Seven male Hartley guinea pigs, 3 to 18 months old, died or had to be euthanized because of nonspecific clinical signs unresponsive to supportive treatment. Gross necropsy and histopathology findings in all animals included severe soft tissue calcification affecting the myocardium, kidneys, and...

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Villano, J. S.; Fann, M. K.; Suckow, C. E.; Cooper, T. K.
Publisher
American College of Veterinary Pathologists Inc., Lawrence, USA
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 2015, 52, 4, pp 757-759
Abstract

An entire colony of 140 two-year-old g.pigs was studied: 29 male and 111 female g.pigs were killed and examined grossly and microscopically. All organs were weighed, and the Ca, inorganic P, and creatinine content of the blood serum was determined. Ca deposits were commonest in trachea, lung,...

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Sparschu, G. L.; Christie, R. J.
Citation
Laboratory Animal Care, 1968, 18, pp 520-526
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Soft tissue calcification in g.pigs has been attributed to a mineral imbalance, especially a relative or absolute Mg deficiency. An associated chronic tubular nephritis has been reported and was substantiated in the present study. The location of the oarathyroid glands was established, and their...

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Walter, W. G.; Baldwin, D. E.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, 1963, 27, pp 140-146
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Cover for Fusobacterium necrophorum infections

Fusobacterium necrophorum is a Gram-negative, non-motile, strictly anaerobic, non-spore-forming microorganism belonging to the family Bacteroidaceae....

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