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Heat precipitation method
Anemia: chronic disease
Anesthesia: pre-anesthetic preparation
Blood: biochemistry - total protein
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease
CNS: verminous encephalomyelitis
Colon: displacement - pelvic flexure
Colon: infarction - non-strangulating
Disseminated intravascular coagulation
Foal: neonatal septicemia syndrome
Gastrointestinal: epiploic foramen hernia
Gastrointestinal: fecalith / bezoar
Gastrointestinal: small intestine - intussusception
Immunology: immunodeficiency - Fell pony syndrome
Large colon: intussusception
Liver disease: overview
Lung: pleuropneumonia - bacterial (pleuritis)
Lung: pneumonia - neonatal bacterial
Mammary gland: mastitis
Parascaris equorum infestation
Polydipsia / polyuria
Reproduction: prematurity / dysmaturity
Rhodococcus equi infection
Strangles (Streptococcus equi infection)
Strongyle infestation: large
Transportation of diagnostic specimens
Umbilical remnant infection
Umbilicus: hernia (strangulating)
Blood: sample collection - common assays
Nasal discharge in cats
Nasal discharge in dogs
Seizures - convulsions/fitting
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