Specializing in Canine and Feline Neurology and Neurosurgery since 1986
a common test in a CBC; used to determine if anemia or polycythemia is present by measuring the percentage of erythrocytes (red blood cells) present in the blood with respect to plasma; also called hematocrit (HCT).
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anemia ; blood ; complete blood count (CBC) ; hematocrit (HCT) ; plasma ; polycythemia
Paralysis of a muscle group usually from dysfunction of a specific nerve, e.g., facial nerve=Bell's palsy.
Benign inflammation of multiple bones, common in young, large breed dogs.
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A branching benign tumor derived from epithelium (e.g. wart).
Loss of motor function in a body part.
A substance that is attracted by a magnet and assumes a position parallel to the magnetic force but does not become permanently magnetized.
A inflammatory disorder triggered by the body's immune system in response to the presence of cancer.
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cancer ; inflammation ; metastasis ; syndrome ; tumor
Paresis of both legs (usually refers to the back legs).
Paralysis of both legs (usually refers to the back legs).
An organism which lives upon or within another living organism at whose expense it obtains some advantage.
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