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  1. Sebaceous adenitis in the Akita: clinical observations, histopathology and heredity.

    Veterinary Dermatology 12(5):243 (2001) PMID 11906649

    Ninety-seven pure-bred Akitas were examined clinically and histologically for sebaceous adenitis. The diagnosis was established histologically in 23 Akitas by demonstrating an inflammatory reaction targeted against the sebaceous glands or a reduction in the number of glands. The clinical course of s...
  2. Sebaceous adenitis in the Akita: clinical observations, histopathology and heredity

    Veterinary Dermatology 12(5):243 (2001)

  3. Expression of prolactin receptors in normal canine mammary tissue, canine mammary adenomas and mammary adenocarcinomas.

    BMC Veterinary Research 8:72 (2012) PMID 22647582 PMCID PMC3488549

    Mammary tumors represent the most common neoplastic disease in female dogs. Recently, the promoting role of prolactin (PRL) in the development of human breast carcinoma has been shown. Possible proliferative, anti-apoptotic, migratory and angiogenic effects of PRL on human mammary cancer cells in vi...
  4. Prediction of parturition date in the bitch and queen.

    Reproduction in Domestic Animals 46(5):926 (2011) PMID 21366718

    Assessment of gestational age and parturition date prediction is a challenging, yet common task in clinical management of the pregnant bitch or queen. Knowing the approximate parturition date is essential for a thorough pregnancy monitoring. Radiographic and ultrasonographic methods are suitable in...
  5. [Urinary incontinence and puppy coat due to spaying in the bitch. An overview of pathophysiology, diagnosis and therapy].

    Tierarztliche Praxis. Ausgabe K, Kleintiere/Hei... 38(3):157 (2010) PMID 22290549

    Urinary incontinence as a consequence of an insufficient urethral closure mechanism (urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence, USMI) or an impaired storing capacity of the urinary bladder is a considerable side effect of castration in the female dog. Different factors such as breed, body weight and...
  6. Ectopic ureters in dogs: clinical features, surgical techniques and outcome.

    Veterinary Surgery 41(4):515 (2012) PMID 22486391

    To compare clinical features of ectopic ureter (EU) in male and female dogs and outcome after neoureterostomy with resection restricted to the intravesical part of the ureter for intramural ectopic ureter (iEU) or of ureteroneocystostomy for extramural ectopic ureter (eEU). Retrospective case series...
  7. Urinary incontinence in the bitch: an update.

    Reproduction in Domestic Animals 49 Suppl 2:75 (2014) PMID 24947864

    Urinary incontinence (UI), defined as the involuntary loss of urine during the filling phase of the bladder (Abrams et al. 2002), is a commonly seen problem in veterinary practice. Urinary sphincter mechanism incompetence (USMI) after spaying is the most common micturition disorder, and its medical...
  8. Inheritance of ectopic ureters in Entlebucher Mountain Dogs.

    Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 131(2):146 (2014) PMID 24628724

    To test the hypothesis of a heritable base of ectopic ureters (EU) in Entlebucher Mountain Dogs (EMD) and to elucidate associated risk factors and mode of inheritance of the disease, 565 EMD were clinically investigated and population genetic analyses performed. Based on the location of the most cau...
  9. [Generalized metastatic intestinal and cutaneous calcinosis in a Hovawart puppy with leptospirosis].

    Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 153(1):27 (2011) PMID 21210370

    A 10-week old male Hovawart presented with acute renal failure. Based on clinical symptoms, blood analysis results and serology, a diagnosis of leptospirosis was made. Besides being acotemic, the puppy was initially also severely hypercalcemic. The dog was treated successfully, but developed widespr...
  10. Rhinitis/Bronchopneumonia syndrome in Irish Wolfhounds.

    Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 17(6):843 (2003) PMID 14658722

    This study describes the clinical, immunologic, genetic, and pathologic features of Irish Wolfhounds with rhinitis/bronchopneumonia syndrome. The dogs examined were from Belgium, The Netherlands, UK, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland. Signs included transient to persistent mucoid or mucopurulent rhin...