To our knowledge, this is the first case of presumptive xylitol toxicosis
reported in wild birds, in a flock of Cape sugarbirds.
These histopathological lesions were compatible with mycosis toxicosis
(contamination of food by mycotoxins.
This edition has new chapters on topics like methicillin-resistant staphylococcal infections, lymphoma rescue therapy, albuterol toxicosis
, carpal flexural deformity of puppies and kittens, exercise-induced collapse of Labrador retrievers, acute coccygeal myopathy of dogs, perioperative bleeding disorders of greyhounds, phalangeal disorders, benzodiazepene toxicosis
, portal vein thrombosis, fibrotic myopathy of the caudal thigh muscles, iron toxicosis
, FAST (Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma, Triage, and Tracking) ultrasound exams, urethral stent placement, and thromoelastography, and 148 online-only chapters, as well as new photos, videos, differential diagnosis tables, and a reviewed and updated drug formulary with new medications.
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They also cause allergy irritation and toxicosis
(Niyonzema and Kiltz 1986).
in dogs: A restrospective study.
UC and the regulatory agencies have worked together on many cases of invasive pests and pathogens, including the Asian citrus psyllid/huanglongbing complex, EGVM, diaprepes root weevil, light brown apple moth, red imported fire ant, glassy-winged sharpshooter/Pierce's disease complex, Mediterranean fruit fly, palm weevils, polyphagous shot hole borer, foot and mouth disease, BSE, avian influenza, exotic Newcastle disease, anthrax, bovine tuberculosis, equine herpes myeloencephalopathy, livestock toxicosis
, bovine brucellosis and both land and aquatic invasive plants.
Disease or exposure to contaminants might induce immunosuppression or toxicosis
She participated in a study published in the Journal of Emergency and Critical Care that found a significant correlation between the increased number of medical marijuana licenses and marijuana toxicosis
in dogs in Colorado.
One case in Canada involved selenium toxicosis
in whitetails with liver concentrations of 3 to 9 mg/kg selenium: many times the norm
can occur through enterohepatic metabolism of nitrate to nitrite being an intermediate.
Sprouts eaten in the spring have produced toxicosis