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signalment

that part of the veterinary medical history dealing with the animal's age, sex and breed.
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2 and Fisher's exact test were used to determine whether a particular breed, characteristic or signalment varied as a function of the disease.
In veterinary terms, signalment means the age, breed and sex of your patient.
They explain recognizing these diseases, diagnostic tests, etiology, pathophysiology, signalment and history, clinical features, differential diagnosis, drug therapeutics, precautions, and interactions.
The data collected included history, signalment, physical examination findings, hematology, biochemical profile and the occurrence and duration of remission.
13) compared MRSA and MSSA infections in cats but were unable to detect significant differences in signalment, clinical presentations, or outcomes.
Blood samples, biopsy samples, and tick specimens were all designated with a unique identifier associated with the animal and recorded on each individual animal's chart as well as the animal's signalment (age, gender, breed, use, approximate weight).
Ein Inventar ist eben so uninteressant, und wenn die Gerichtsperson, die es abfasst, ihr Signalment hinzufugt, so sind auch alle Elemente dieser sogenannten Erzahlung beisammen.
This pocket guide (which could also work well as a study guide) gives the basics of musculoskeletal disorders, including their definition, pathophysiology, systems affected, genetics, incidence and prevalence, geographic distribution, signalment (including breed predilections), mean age and range, signs (including historical and physical examination findings), methods of diagnosis and treatment, medications, follow-up, and miscellaneous considerations such as associated conditions and pregnancy.
1) Papers on this subject of identification were given at subsequent congresses (Anfosso and Romiti 1890; Cantilo 1890; De Ryckere 1893; Anfosso 1897) and the third congress passed a resolution to see anthropometric signalment adopted in every country.
Signalment, history, and outcome of cats with gastrointestinal tract intussusception: 20 cases (1986-2000).
The dogs undergoing surgery were subjected for recording signalment (age, gender and breed), causative factor, symptoms, ulcer location, surgical outcome and post-operative complications.