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Journal June 2013 (Vol 35, No 6)

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Feline Small Cell Lymphosarcoma Versus Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Treatment and Prognosis by Christian Eriksson de Rezende , DVM, MS, Suliman Al-Ghazlat , DVM, DACVIM

1. A novel protein diet may help reduce gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) by
2. Which is/are a proposed mechanism(s) for the benefits of probiotics in human IBD patients?
3. What are prebiotics?
4. The use of prednisolone over prednisone is preferred in cats because prednisolone
5. What is the diagnostic value of assessing serum cobalamin levels in feline patients with suspected IBD or SCLSA?
6. What is/are a possible long-term adverse effect(s) of metronidazole use in cats?
7. Which of the following immunosuppressive drugs should particularly be used with great caution in cats because of its potential to cause idiosyncratic fatal leukopenia and thrombocytopenia?
8. If a patient suspected of having IBD based on clinical signs and imaging studies (e.g., thickened intestine on ultrasonography) does not respond to conventional therapy (e.g., elimination diet, glucocorticoids, antimicrobials), the clinician should
9. How can complete blood counts help guide the use of chlorambucil for the treatment of feline gastrointestinal disease?
10. The prognosis for feline patients with small cell lymphosarcoma affecting the GI system or other organs is
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