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  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Overview “Oral” refers to the mouth; “oral masses” are tumors or growths located in the mouth Oral masses may be benign or malignant (that is, cancer) Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  Overview difficult or painful swallowing, resulting from the inability to grasp (prehend), form, and move a mass of chewed food (bolus) through the back of the mouth and throat
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Overview “Encephalitis” is the medical term for inflammation of the brain May be accompanied by inflammation of the spinal cord (known as “myelitis”) and/or meninges
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Overview offensive odor coming from the mouth; bad breath (halitosis) Signalment/Description of Pet
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Customer Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip code
  Genetics Unknown Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  Overview contagious disease that appears suddenly (acute) or over a moderate amount of time (known as “subacute”), characterized by fever and a variety of signs involving the eyes, central nervous system, and respiratory, urogenital
  "Interstitial" relates to spaces within tissues or organs
  Overview results from ingesting substances containing ethylene glycol (such as antifreeze) Common in small animals (such as dogs and cats) Highest fatality rate of all poisons
  Cats-"eosinophilic granuloma complex" often is a confusing term for four distinct syndromes: (1) "eosinophilic plaque"
  "Neuropathy" is the medical term for any disorder affecting the nervous system; "peripheral neuropathy" is a general term for disorders affecting the peripheral nerves
  Mean Age and Range
  Overview “Gastro-” refers to the stomach; “duodenal” refers to the upper small intestine or duodenum Ulcers in the stomach and upper small intestine (duodenum) are called “gastroduodenal ulcers”
  Discomfort along the spine or vertebral column
  The heart of the dog or cat is composed of four chambers; the top two chambers are the right and left atria and the bottom two chambers are the right and left ventricles
  Species are common molds (type of fungus) that are found throughout the environment
  Overview “Alopecia” is the medical term for hair loss is a common problem in cats Characterized by a complete or partial lack of hair in areas where it is present normally Pattern of hair loss—varied or symmetrical Signalment/Description of Pet
  "Exfoliative" refers to the detachment and shedding of surface skin cells
  Overview “Alopecia” is the medical term for hair loss is a common disorder in dogs Characterized by a complete or partial lack of hair in areas where it is present
  Disease or cosmetic condition involving loss of pigmentation of the skin and/or hair coat either by lack of pigmentation or by melanocyte damage
  "Sneezing" is the forceful expelling of air (expiratory effort) through the nose, usually caused by irritation of the lining of the nose and nasal passages
  The voice box or larynx serves as a passage for airflow from the external environment to the lungs; it protects the lower airways from aspiration during swallowing and regurgitation
  Overview difficult or painful swallowing, resulting from the inability to grasp (prehend), form, and move a mass of chewed food (bolus) through the back of the mouth and throat
  "Corneal" refers to the cornea
  Overview inflammation of the middle ear (known as “otitis media”) and inner ear (known as “otitis interna”), most commonly caused by bacterial infection Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  "Masticatory muscles" are muscles involved with chewing; they include the temporalis muscle (located on the side of the head, inserting on to the lower jaw)-it raises the lower jaw (mandible) to close the mouth
  The meibomian glands are located along the edge of the back part of the eyelids, just under the lining (palpebral conjunctiva) of the inner surface of the eyelid
  "Nasal discharge" is discharge from the nose; it may be clear, blood-tinged, or may contain mucus and/or pus
  Genetics No known genetic predisposition Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  "Stertor" is noisy breathing when inhaling; it is a low-pitched, snoring sound that usually arises from the vibration of relaxed or flabby tissue or fluid
  Genetics Inherited hydrocephalus—Siamese cats and Yorkshire terrier Siamese cats—autosomal recessive Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  Overview a bacterial or fungal infection of the intervertebral disks and adjacent bone of the spine (vertebral bodies) The spine is composed of multiple bones with disks
  Overview “Encephalitis” is the medical term for inflammation of the brain May be accompanied by inflammation of the spinal cord (known as “myelitis”) and/or meninges
  Overview inflammation of the moist tissues of the eye (known as the “conjunctiva”); the conjunctiva is the vascularized moist tissue (mucous membrane) that covers the front part of the eyeball or globe
  The spine is composed of multiple bones with disks (intervertebral disks) located in between adjacent bones (vertebrae); the disks act as shock absorbers and allow movement of the spine
  "Seizures" are periods of uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain
  Overview “Stupor” is the medical term for impaired consciousness, in which the pet must be stimulated to be awakened “Coma” is the medical term for unconsciousness or lack of consciousness
  Sudden (acute) loss of more than 75% of functional liver tissue
  "Myelopathy"-any disorder or disease affecting the spinal cord
  "Neuropathy" is the medical term for any disorder affecting the nervous system; "peripheral neuropathy" is a general term for disorders affecting the peripheral nerves
  "Granulomatous" refers to inflammation characterized by the presence of nodules
  The spine is composed of multiple bones (vertebrae) with disks (intervertebral disks) located in between adjacent bones; the disks act as shock absorbers and allow movement of the spine
  The spine is composed of multiple bones with disks (intervertebral disks) located in between adjacent bones (vertebrae); the disks act as shock absorbers and allow movement of the spine
  Pressure to or damage of the nerves within the spinal canal in the area of the junction between the lumbar and sacral vertebrae
  Overview a severe, invariably fatal, viral inflammation of the gray matter of the brain (known as “polioencephalitis”) of warm-blooded animals, including humans
  Overview tilting of the head to one side, away from its normal orientation with the body and limbs Usually associated with disorders of the vestibular system
  Overview “Otitis externa”—inflammation of the outer ear or external ear canal “Otitis media”—inflammation of the middle ear The terms are descriptions of clinical signs; they are not diagnoses Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  "Keratitis" is inflammation of the cornea
  Genetics Dogs—abnormality of the structure of the eye that makes development of glaucoma more likely in some dogs is thought to be inherited; mode of inheritance uncertain Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  Inflammation of the choroid and retina; the choroid is located immediately under the retina and is part of the middle-layer of the eyeball that contains the blood vessels
  Inflammation of the front part of the eye, including the iris
  Inflammation of the front part of the eye, including the iris
  Overview inflammation of the moist tissues of the eye (known as the “conjunctiva”); the conjunctiva is the vascularized moist tissue (mucous membrane) that covers the front part of the eyeball or globe
  Overview abnormal overflow of tears Signalment/Description of Pet Species
  Congenital refers to "present at birth"
  "Retinal" refers to the retina; the retina is the innermost lining layer (located on the back surface) of the eyeball
  A protozoan parasite that infects nearly all mammals
  "Rhino-" refers to the nose; "tracheitis" is inflammation of the windpipe or trachea
  Overview “Encephalitis” is the medical term for inflammation of the brain May be accompanied by inflammation of the spinal cord (known as “myelitis”) and/or meninges
  Overview “Prostatitis” is inflammation of the prostate “Prostatic abscess” is an abscess (a localized accumulation of pus, leading to tissue damage and inflammation) of the prostate Sudden (Acute) Prostatitis
  Overview “Degenerative” refers to degeneration; “degeneration” is the decline or loss of function or structure of a tissue or organ
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