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Lomustine is a member of the group of nitrosourea drugs, in their turn classified as alkylating agents. Lomustine is lipophilic and in an aqueous environment breaks down spontaneously into two reactive compounds, one of which is responsible for the alkylation of DNA. After oral administration, it is absorbed and then metabolised in the liver by the microsomal system. Given its liposolubility,...
Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) belongs to the family Retroviridae, genus Lentivirus, and is transmitted mainly through bites and mating. The initial stages of the infection may pass unobserved by the animal’s owner, while the later stages may be accompanied by the development of various pathologies, of which the most common are opportunistic infections, chronic ulcero-proliferative...
Lymphangiectasia may be either primary or secondary. The primary form is of congenital or idiopathic nature while the secondary form is the consequence of conditions which alter the function of intestinal lymphatic vessels. Lymphangiectasia is characterised by lymphatic vessel dilation and/or leakage of lymph into the intestinal lumen or in deep mucosal portions. The term does not identify a...
The gastrointestinal microbiota consists of a very complex ecosystem which includes numerous bacterial species, some beneficial and others potentially harmful, the activity of which exerts an important influence on the digestive function and, more generally, on the well-being and health of the host (Roberfroid et al., 1995).
Vulvar and vaginal tumours account for 2.4-3% of neoplasms in dogs, while precise data are not available for cats. In the bitch, vaginal and vulvar tumours constitute about 40% and 34%, respectively, of genital neoplasms, which are the most frequent reproductive system tumours after mammary tumours.   SIGNALMENT AND HISTORY
Uterine adenocarcinoma (Figs. 1 and 2) is the most common type of cancer found in the female rabbit; in subjects over 3 years of age the incidence can be of 50-80%, depending on the breed, while under 3 years of age it is instead uncommon. The condition is entirely preventable with sterilization, preferably performed at 6-12 months of age.
Ventricular septal defect (VSD) is a congenital heart anomaly characterized by the presence of one or more openings in the interventricular septum that separates the left and right ventricles of the heart.   AETIOLOGY

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