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  1. [Pyometra and persistent hymen in an alpaca].

    Tierarztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nut... 41(3):185 (2013) PMID 23765321

    A 3-year-old female alpaca was referred to the hospital because of tenesmus. Clinical examination revealed a habitual vaginal prolapse with tenesmus during urination and defecation. On vaginoscopic examination a persistent hymen was detected. Ultrasonography of the caudal abdomen showed an echog...
  2. [Benign prostatic hyperplasia: treatment options in the dog].

    Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 152(6):279 (2010) PMID 20533201

    Benign prostatic hyperplasia is a primarily non-inflammatory enlargement of the prostate due to proliferation of its epithelial and mesenchymal structures. These physiological alterations can be found in more than 95 % of aged intact male dogs, but common clinical symptoms as serosanguineous ure...
  3. Urinary incontinence in spayed bitches: new insights into the pathophysiology and options for medical treatment.

    Reproduction in Domestic Animals 44 Suppl 2:190 (2009) PMID 19754565

  4. [Efficacy, tolerance and acceptability of Incontex in spayed bitches with urinary incontinence].

    Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 149(7):307 (2007) PMID 17702490

    A clinical study about efficacy and acceptance of Incontex in spayed bitches with urinary incontinence was performed. In a randomised, double-blinded study the efficacy and acceptance of Incontex (Dr. E. Gräub AG, Bern, Schweiz) in bitches with urethral sphincter incompetence due to spaying was ...
  5. 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 ...
  6. Epidermal dysplasia and Malassezia infection in two West Highland White Terrier siblings: an inherited skin disorder or reaction to severe Malassezia infection?

    Veterinary Dermatology 12(5):285 (2001) PMID 11906654

    Two 9-month-old West Highland White Terrier siblings were referred to our clinic with pruritus, alopecia and lichenification. Cytological examination of Scotch tape strippings revealed Malassezia organisms and cocci. Skin biopsy specimens showed epidermal dysplasia. Treatment included bathing wi...
  7. Surgical and chemotherapeutic treatment of alveolar echinococcosis in a dog.

    Journal of the American Animal Hospital Associa... 34(4):309 (1998) PMID 9657165

    Surgical removal of macroscopically detectable metacestode tissue followed by postoperative chemotherapy according to established human protocols resulted in complete clinical remission and immediate normalization of hyperglobulinemia in a dog with alveolar echinococcosis (AE). The disease is ca...
  8. [The frequency of coccidial infection in dog families of different husbandry and breeds in south Germany].

    Tierarztliche Praxis 18(4):407 (1990) PMID 2219110

    Oocysts and/or sporocysts were detected in 50 litters and 37 bitches of 100 coproscopically examined dog families in Southern Germany. Oocysts of Isospora spp. were excreted by 41 of the 50 positive litters, 36 and 16 litters shedding oocysts of Isospora ohioensis/burrowsi and I. canis, respecti...
  9. [Toxocara canis: frequency of detection and extent of infection in bitches of various breeds and husbandry and their litters in South Germany].

    Tierarztliche Praxis 18(3):293 (1990) PMID 2377994

    Epidemiological investigations of 100 randomly selected dog families in Southern Germany revealed eggs of Toxocara canis in 67% of the litters and in 45% of the bitches. Eggs were isolated from litters at the earliest on the 16th day and at the latest on the 55th day post partum, in bitches on t...
  10. [Spectrum of species and infection frequency of endoparasites in bitches and their puppies in south Germany].

    Tierarztliche Praxis 18(1):61 (1990) PMID 2326798

    Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina, hookworms, Trichuris vulpis, Strongyloides, Hammondia heydorni, Sarcocystis spp., Isospora canis and Isospora ohioensis and/or Isospora burrowsi of at least 9 species were detected in 100 randomly selected dog families in Southern Germany. Examinations carried...