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Background: Owing to the abundance, wide distribution, long life cycles and higher positions in the throfic levels, seabirds are considered sentinels of hazards and negative anthropogenic impacts to marine ecosystems. Gout is a common disease affecting birds, but also occurs in other taxa,...

Author(s)
Nóbrega, D. F. da; Domiciano, I. G.; Domit, C.; Bracarense, A. P. F. R. L.
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Faculdade de Veterinária, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Citation
Acta Scientiae Veterinariae, 2020, 48, (Suppl 1): 480,
Abstract

Reptiles can develop various diseases of the urinary tract, including, but not exclusively, urolithiasis, gout, acute and chronic kidney injury, and secondary renal hyperparathyroidism. Diagnostic imaging is instrumental in differentiating and diagnosing these ailments. This article describes the...

Author(s)
Schmidt, L.; Girolamo, N. di; Selleri, P.
Publisher
Saunders, An Imprint of Elsevier, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 2020, 23, 1, pp 131-149
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Gout is associated with abnormal deposition of urates in different tissues of human, reptiles and birds and occurs as visceral and/or articular gout. In poultry, gout is an important cause of mortality. We describe gout in a flock of ostriches fed a diet with 2.9% calcium, 0.9% phosphor and 19%...

Author(s)
Azizi, S.; Ghalebi, S. R.; Kheirandish, R.; Nejad, F. S.; Mohajeri, F. A.
Publisher
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, Toowoomba, Australia
Citation
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, 2017, 21, 6, pp 288-292
Abstract

Renal disease is one of the most common medical conditions encountered in captive reptiles. In most cases, signs of disease are nonspecific and often not present until the condition is advanced. Many factors contribute to the development of renal disease, and the etiology often is multifactorial....

Author(s)
Wilkinson, S. L.; Divers, S. J.
Publisher
Saunders, An Imprint of Elsevier, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 2020, 23, 1, pp 151-168
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Gout is disease characterized by the pathological mineralization of synovial and serosal surfaces. It occurs in humans, birds and reptiles. The cause of this condition is a purine metabolism disorder with consequent deposition of urate crystals in the tissue. In this article the macroscopical and...

Author(s)
Hohšteter, M.
Publisher
Hrvatska Veterinarska Komora, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Hrvatski Veterinarski Vjesnik, 2015, 23, 5/6, pp 59-61
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Renal disease accounts for a considerable amount of morbidity and mortality in reptiles, in part owing to inadequate husbandry practices, such as inappropriate temperature, humidity, and access to water. Inappropriate husbandry practices may lead to subclinical dehydration that can specifically...

Author(s)
Johnson, J. G., III; Watson, M. K.
Publisher
Saunders, An Imprint of Elsevier, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 2020, 23, 1, pp 115-129
Abstract

The evaluation of uric acid concentrations in the blood of snakes is a crucial tool in the diagnosis of gout and renal disease; both prevalent diseases in captive reptiles. However, without an understanding of the physiological fluctuations in uric acid levels and the absence of distinction that...

Author(s)
Lam, A.; Halan, M.
Publisher
University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Košice, Košice, Slovakia
Citation
Folia Veterinaria, 2017, 61, 2, pp 56-60
Abstract

Gout, a metabolic disease characterized by deposition of uric acid crystals in tissue, can affect reptiles, mammals and birds. We studied a postmortem case of this disease in a free-living owl (Tyto alba). The pericardium was covered a whitish thick layer adhered to the myocardium, and the liver...

Author(s)
Sales, I. dos S.; Nogueira, C. H. de O.; Silveira, L. S. da
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Patologia Animal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, 2015, 35, 2, pp 169-172
Abstract

Renal infection with flagellated protozoa was retrospectively evaluated in 29 reptiles, including 12 turtles, 7 tortoises, and 6 chameleons; overall, 20 species of reptiles were represented. Most cases presented with nonspecific clinical signs or a combination of several concurrent diseases....

Author(s)
Juan-Sallés, C.; Garner, M. M.; Nordhausen, R. W.; Valls, X.; Gallego, M.; Soto, S.
Publisher
American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Pomona, USA
Citation
Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 2014, 45, 1, pp 100-109
Abstract

OBJECTIVE To compare a ventral and a left lateral endoscopic approach to coelioscopy in bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps). ANIMALS 18 adult bearded dragons. PROCEDURES In a randomized crossover design involving 2 surgical approaches, anesthetized bearded dragons first underwent coelioscopy with a...

Author(s)
Frei, S.; Sanchez-Migallon Guzman, D.; Kass, P. H.; Giuffrida, M. A.; Mayhew, P. D.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 2020, 81, 3, pp 267-275

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