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Cassia occidentalis is a bush from the Leguminosae family, subfamily Caesalpinoideae, and is a toxic plant of veterinary interest due to the occasional contamination of animal rations. This report describes the clinical and histopathological findings of an outbreak of C. occidentalis poisoning in ...

Author(s)
Oliveira Filho, J. P.; Cagnini, D. Q.; Badial, P. R.; Pessoa, M. A.; Piero, F. del; Borges, A. S.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2013, 45, 2, pp 240-244
Abstract

Acute hepatoencephalopathy due to ingestion of Senecio jacobaea was described in 5 horses [Belgium; May and August 2004]. Diagnosis was based on history, clinical findings, ultrasonography, laboratory results and postmortem examination. Blood analysis revealed decreased levels of urea and increased ...

Author(s)
Pohlmann, J.; Loon, G. van; Lefère, L.; Vanschandevijl, K.; Nollet, H.; Clercq, D. de; Delesalle, C.; Deprez, P.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, State University of Ghent, Merelbeke, Belgium
Citation
Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 2005, 74, 6, pp 440-445
Abstract

Hepatocellular carcinoma occurs in numerous species, including cats, dogs, cows, Sheep, pigs and the horse. The precise incidence in the various species is unclear because the incidence data reported are based on selected populations, usually from a small geographic area. In dogs and cats, the...

Author(s)
Doustar, Y.; Javadi, A.; Nazeri, M.
Publisher
American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information, Ma'an, Jordan
Citation
Advances in Environmental Biology, 2011, 5, 7, pp 1774-1777
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Waldridge, B. M.
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The North American Veterinary Conference, Gainesville, USA
Citation
Large animal. Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference, Volume 20, Orlando, Florida, USA, 7-11 January, 2006, 2006, pp 237-239
Abstract

Seven horses developed clinical or subclinical hepatitis 48 to 87 days after administration of tetanus antitoxin and another horse had mildly high hepatic enzyme activity 120 days after inoculation. The first horse to show clinical signs was depressed, lethargic, and anorexic. During...

Author(s)
Guglick, M. A.; MacAllister, C. G.; Ely, R. W.; Edwards, W. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1995, 206, 11, pp 1737-1740
Abstract

The most common clinical signs associated with hyperlipidaemia, hyperlipaemia and hepatic lipidosis were were anorexia and lethargy. The mean duration of clinical signs was 2.4 days. A primary disease was identified in 19 cases; the commonest was enterocolitis (10 horses). Intentional feed...

Author(s)
Mogg, T. D.; Palmer, J. E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1995, 207, 5, pp 604-607
Abstract

A 22-year-old Appaloosa mare was presented for evaluation of mild colic of 2 days' duration and severe icterus. Marked icterus of the sclera and oral and vulvar mucous membranes as well as dermatitis of the muzzle and distal vulva were noted on physical examination. No signs of depression or...

Author(s)
Colón, J. L.; Jackson, C. A.; Piero, F. del
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Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian, 1996, 18, 9, pp 1022-1026
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Scarratt, W. K.; Furr, M. O.; Robertson, J. L.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1991, 199, 12, pp 1754-1756
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Author(s)
Turner, T. A.
Citation
Equine Practice, 1983, 5, 2, pp 9...18
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Six foals and three different breeds, born to healthy mares, and normal at birth, died at 2-5 days of age with icterus, ataxia, head pressing, and terminal hepatic coma. Their livers were less than one-half normal weight. Most of the liver was dark red-brown and slightly rubbery. Histologically,...

Author(s)
Acland, H. M.; Mann, P. C.; Robertson, J. L.; Divers, T. J.; Lichtensteiger, C. A.; Whitlock, R. H.
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 1984, 21, 1, pp 3-9

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