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Journal April 2013 (Vol 35, No 4)

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Sago Palm Toxicosis in Dogs by Leyla Fatourechi , DVM, Louis A. DelGiudice , DVM, DACVECC, Nadrea Sookhoo , DVM

1. Which three toxins are thought to be present in cycad species?
2. Azoxyglycoside is metabolized by intestinal flora to
3. MAM is known to be
4. A diagnosis of cycad toxicosis relies on
5. The most commonly reported clinical sign in dogs with cycad toxicosis is
6. Which statement regarding decontamination measures for dogs with cycad toxicosis is true?
7. The toxic effects of MAM include
8. Which of the following histopathologic changes is pathognomonic for cycad toxicosis?
9. Which statement regarding clinical signs of cycad toxicosis in dogs is true?
10. Monitoring of dogs with cycad toxicosis should include
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