Pediatric/Geriatric protoccol Hematochezia, fecal mucus, tenesmus often characterize chronic large-bowel diarrhea - DVM
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Pediatric/Geriatric protoccol Hematochezia, fecal mucus, tenesmus often characterize chronic large-bowel diarrhea
Hematochezia, fecal mucus, tenesmus often characterize chronic large-bowel diarrhea


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Cases that show intermittent clinical signs require more long-term therapy. Tylosin can be used in these cases at 10-20 mg/kg BID. Some cases respond to feeding a high-fiber diet. The prognosis is excellent. Most effected animals respond to therapy within several days. Clinical findings have not been identified that predict which animals need long-term therapy.


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