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taken from FDA internet site on 11/14/04, dated 11/03/04
 
FDA/CVM Reports - NOTE:  site address (4/22/05):  
 

Annual and Cumulative Veterinary Adverse
Drug Experience (ADE) Reports

(Adverse experiences are listed by generic drug name)

CARPROFEN (RIMADYL)

Veterinary ADE Annual Summaries

1987 to November 1, 2004 - AC (2.38 MB)
NOTE: there is/was a report, no time frame given, apparently for ADE reports on four (4) dogs "Missing", but listing their reported symptoms - I hope the other three (3) that "lived" GOT AWAY in time!
 
CARPROFEN        MISSING, DOG
 
Reviews    4    Treated    4    Reacted    4    Died    1    (25%)
Reported signs/symptoms:
 
ANOREXIA
ALBUMIN LO, BLD
ALK PHOS HI, BLD
ALOPECIA
ANEMIA
BILIRUBIN(TOT) HI, BLD
BLD, INCISION SITE
COAGULATION DISORDER
CONGESTION, SKIN
DIARRHEA
DIFFICULTY RISING
EDEMA, LIMB(S)
ERUPTION(S)
INFLAM, SKIN
MELENA
PRURITIS
RECUMBENCY
VOMITING
SGPT/ALT HI, BLD
SKIN, CRUST(S)
ULCER(S), MOUTH/LIP(S)

FDA symptom/condition listing for RIMADYL (carprofen)

 
The below FDA grouping is also dated 11/03/04 and lists the reported symptoms/conditions after the administration of Carprofen [RIMADYL].  I have taken the liberty of only placing the conditions in alphabetical order, assigned many of the listed conditions to a 'body system', which is underlined, and where I could find a definition have provided one from MedLine or the Merck Veterinary Manual.
 
The below statistics are only from ADEs, Adverse Drug Event reports.  It is assumed that a veterinarian would not turn in an ADE for NO reaction, but in my own personal case DVM Williams/BVH, who continuously denied to me that an ADE had occurred from the RIMADYL, and yet turned in an ADE report approximately three [3] MONTHS after ROMI was euthanized and 30 days after I had provided the Washington State Veterinary Board of Governors Investigator with the first 75 documents/exhibits to my complaint and therefore may or may not have been an exception to that "common sense" approach. 
 
NOTE: It would appear that "Treated" means how many dogs had received RIMADYL, but for whatever reason the FDA did NOT "Review" all of them.  The "statistically insignificant" dogs who died after being given RIMADYL represent just over 19% of those cases that were reviewed by the FDA, but it's important to keep in mind that it is not a requirement for veterinarians to file an ADE report, it's strictly voluntary.
 
BECAUSE every below symptom, condition and/or side effect is/was known to be caused and/or related to the administering of RIMADYL, and each condition also has other potential causes, it's understandable why even 'good' veterinarians have problems correctly diagnosing RIMADYL toxicity when the information given to them has been so 'respun' by the drug company in order to keep on selling the product.
 
While there is a great variety of symptoms in the FDA report (ADE or Adverse Drug Event), the majority of these symptons are NOT listed in information given to pet owners, IF pet owners are given any information at all and what EACH of these poor dogs had in common was simply:

 

Reviews    Treated    Reacted   Died 
12247      12919      12516      2349


ABSCESS, SKIN
ACCIDENTAL EXPOSURE
ACIDOSIS  from MedLine:  an abnormal condition of reduced alkalinity of the blood and tissues that is marked by sickly sweet breath, headache, nausea and vomiting, and visual disturbances and is usually a result of excessive acid production.
ADIPOSE, INFLAM  from MedLine: of or relating to fat; see adipose tissue: connective tissue in which fat is stored and which has the cells distended by droplets of fat
ADRENAL GLANDS: PR-ADRENAL(S), LESION(
AGRANULOCYTOSIS, BLD  from MedLine: an acute febrile condition marked by severe depression of the granulocyte-producing bone marrow and by prostration, chills, swollen neck, and sore throat sometimes with local ulceration and believed to be basically a response to the side effects of certain drugs of the coal-tar series (as aminopyrine) -- called also agranulocytic angina, granulocytopenia
ANA POS
ANAPHYLAXIS/TOID from MedLine: Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening type of allergic reaction Anaphylaxis is an severe, whole-body allergic reaction. After an initial exposure to a substance like . . .  toxin, the . . . immune system becomes sensitized to that allergen. On a subsequent exposure, an allergic reaction occurs. This reaction is sudden, severe, and involves the whole body.  Tissues in different parts of the body release histamine and other substances. This causes constriction of the airways, resulting in wheezing, difficulty breathing, and gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea.  Histamine causes the blood vessels to dilate (which lowers blood pressure) and fluid to leak from the bloodstream into the tissues (which lowers the blood volume). These effects result in shock. Fluid can leak into the alveoli (air sacs) of the lungs, causing pulmonary edemaHives and angioedema (hives on the lips, eyelids, throat, and/or tongue) often occur. Angioedema may be severe enough to block the airway. Prolonged anaphylaxis can cause heart arrhythmias. Some drugs may cause an anaphylactoid reaction (anaphylactic-like reaction) on the first exposure. This is usually due to a toxic reaction, rather than the immune system mechanism that occurs with "true" anaphylaxis. The symptoms, risk for complications without treatment, and treatment are the same, however, for both types of reactions.  Anaphylaxis can occur in response to any allergen. Common causes include insect bites/stings, horse serum (used in some vaccines), food allergies, and drug allergies. Pollens and other inhaled allergens rarely cause anaphylaxis.
ANEMIA, APLASTIC
ANEMIA, BLD LOSS
ANEMIA, HEINZ BODY
ANEMIA, SPHERO from MedLine: a condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cells, in hemoglobin, or in total volume
ANESTH RECOV PROLONGED
ANISOCORIA  from MedLine: inequality in the size of the pupils of the eyes
APLASIA, BONE MARROW  from MedLine: APLASIA: incomplete or faulty development of an organ or part:  BONE MARROW: a soft highly vascular modified connective tissue that occupies the cavities and cancellous part of most bones and occurs in two forms: a : a whitish or yellowish bone marrow consisting chiefly of fat cells and predominating in the cavities of the long bones -- called also yellow marrow b : a reddish bone marrow containing little fat, being the chief seat of red blood cell and blood granulocyte formation, and occurring in the normal adult only in cancellous tissue especially in certain flat bones -- called also red marrow
ARTHRITIS
ASCITES  From MedLine: Ascites is an accumulation of noninflammatory transudate in one or more of the peritoneal cavities or potential spaces. The fluid, which accumulates most frequently in the two ventral hepatic, peritoneal, or pericardial spaces, may contain yellow protein clots.
ATONY, BLADDER  from MedLine: atony: lack of physiological tone especially of a contractile organ
ATROPHY
BEHAVIOR DISORDER
BEHAVIOR: ABN ODOR, URINE
BEHAVIOR: ACIDOSIS  from MedLine:  an abnormal condition of reduced alkalinity of the blood and tissues that is marked by sickly sweet breath, headache, nausea and vomiting, and visual disturbances and is usually a result of excessive acid production.
BEHAVIOR: AGGRESSION
BEHAVIOR: APNEA from MedLine: transient cessation of respiration whether normal (as in hibernating animals) or abnormal (as that caused by certain drugs)
BEHAVIOR: APPREHENSION
BEHAVIOR: BALANCE DISORDER
BEHAVIOR: BITING/CHEWING
BEHAVIOR: BREATHING ABNORMAL
BEHAVIOR: BREATHING, DIFFICULT
BEHAVIOR: BREATHING, PERIODIC
BEHAVIOR:
CIRCLING
BEHAVIOR: CONFUSION
BEHAVIOR: COUGHING
BEHAVIOR: DEFECATION ABN
BEHAVIOR: DELIRIUM
BEHAVIOR: DEMENTIA from MedLine: a condition of deteriorated mentality that is characterized by marked decline from the individual's former intellectual level and often by emotional apathy
BEHAVIOR: DESTRUCTIVENESS
BEHAVIOR: DIARRHEA, PROJECTILE
BEHAVIOR:
DIARRHEA, WATERY
BEHAVIOR: DIFFICULTY RISING
BEHAVIOR: DISSOCIATION  from MedLine: the act or process of dissociating : the state of being dissociated:the separation of whole segments of the personality (as in multiple personality) or of discrete mental processes (as in the schizophrenias) from the mainstream of consciousness or of behavior with loss of integrated awareness and autonomous functioning of the separated segments or parts
BEHAVIOR: DISCOMFORT
BEHAVIOR: DISTRESS
BEHAVIOR: DISTRESS, RESP
BEHAVIOR: DRY MOUTH SYNDROME
BEHAVIOR: DYSPHAGIA from MedLine: loss of or deficiency in the power to use or understand language as a result of injury to or disease of the brain
BEHAVIOR: DYSURIA from MedicineNet:  Dysuria: Painful or
difficult urination. This includes burning on urination. Dysuria is most commonly due to bacterial infection of the urinary tract causing inflammation of the bladder (cystitis) or kidney (pyelonephritis.  There are many other causes of dysuria including irritation from chemicals.
BEHAVIOR: EXERCISE INTOLERANCE
BEHAVIOR: FLATULENCE
BEHAVIOR: FROTH, MOUTH/LIP(S)
BEHAVIOR: GAGGING
BEHAVIOR: GRINDING TEETH
BEHAVIOR: HEAD BOBBING
BEHAVIOR: HEAD PRESSING
BEHAVIOR: HIDING
BEHAVIOR: HYPERACTIVITY
BEHAVIOR: HYPERESTHESIA from MedLine: unusual or pathological sensitivity of the skin or of a particular sense to stimulation
BEHAVIOR: HYPERSALIVATION Slobbering, excessive drooling
BEHAVIOR: HYPOSALIVATION  from MedLine: diminished salivation
BEHAVIOR:
HYPERSENSITIVE, SOUND
BEHAVIOR: HYPOPNEA  from MedLine: abnormally slow or especially shallow respiration
BEHAVIOR: INCONTINENCE, URINARY
BEHAVIOR: INSOMNIA
BEHAVIOR: JERKING
BEHAVIOR: LARYNGITIS  from MedLine: inflammation of the larynx
BEHAVIOR: LICKING
BEHAVIOR: LICKING, FEET/DIGIT(S)
BEHAVIOR: LOCOMOTION DISORDER
BEHAVIOR: LOSS OF CONDITION
BEHAVIOR: MORIBUND from MedLine: being in the state of dying ; approaching death; in the moribund patient deepening stupor and coma are the usual preludes to death.
BEHAVIOR: MYOSITIS from MedLine: muscular discomfort or pain from infection or an unknown cause
BEHAVIOR:
NAUSEA
BEHAVIOR: NERVOUSNESS
BEHAVIOR: NOCTURIA  from MedLine: urination at night especially when excessive -- called also nycturia
BEHAVIOR: OLIGURIA from MedLine: reduced excretion of urine
BEHAVIOR: PACING
BEHAVIOR: PAIN
BEHAVIOR: PICA  from MedLine: Pica: A craving for something not normally regarded as nutritive. For example, dirt.
BEHAVIOR: POLLAKIURIA  from MedLine: abnormally frequent urination
BEHAVIOR: PROSTRATION  from MedLine: complete physical or mental exhaustion
BEHAVIOR: REFLEX(ES) ABNORMAL
BEHAVIOR: REGURGITATION
BEHAVIOR:
RELUCTANT TO CLIMB
BEHAVIOR: RELUCTANT TO MOVE
BEHAVIOR: RESPIRATORY DISORDER
BEHAVIOR:
SCENT DEFICIT
BEHAVIOR: SHAKING
BEHAVIOR: SHAKING, HEAD/FACE
BEHAVIOR: SLEEP ABN
BEHAVIOR:
SNEEZING
BEHAVIOR: SOMNOLENCE from MedLine: the quality or state of being drowsy; sleepiness
BEHAVIOR: SOUND ABN, VOICE
BEHAVIOR:
SPASM
BEHAVIOR: STAGGERING
BEHAVIOR: STARING
BEHAVIOR: STOOL ABNORMAL
BEHAVIOR: STOOL, MUCOID
BEHAVIOR: STOOL, PALE/GRAY
BEHAVIOR: STUMBLING
BEHAVIOR: STUPOR - From MedLine: Stuporous see Consciousness - decreased: Decreased consciousness refers to diminished alertness or awareness.  Decrease in consciousness,
unconsciousness, and coma almost always require medical evaluation (with the possible exception of alcohol intoxication, simple fainting, or a previously recognized seizure disorder).
BEHAVIOR: TENESMUS, RECTAL from MedLine: a distressing but ineffectual urge to evacuate the rectum or urinary bladder
BEHAVIOR: THRASHING/PADDLING
BEHAVIOR: TORTICOLLIS  from MedLine: a twisting of the neck to one side that results in abnormal carriage of the head and is usually caused by muscle spasms
BEHAVIOR: TREMBLING
BEHAVIOR: TREMBLING, FACE
BEHAVIOR: 
TWITCH
BEHAVIOR: UNCONSCIOUS
BEHAVIOR: UNPALATABLE, WON'T EAT
BEHAVIOR: VOCALIZATION
BEHAVIOR: VOICE DISORDER
BEHAVIOR: VOMITING, SEVERE
BEHAVIOR: VOMITING, UNPRODUCTIVE
BEHAVIOR: WHEEZING
BLADDER, PARALYSIS
BLEEDING:
BLD, ABDOMEN
BLEEDING:
BLD, ANUS
BLEEDING: BLD Abnormal bleeding
BLEEDING: CAPILLARY REFILL PROLO
BLEEDING: BLD, EAR(S)
BLEEDING: BLD, FEET/DIGIT(S)
BLEEDING: BLD, INCISION SITE
BLEEDING: INJ SITE BLD
BLEEDING: BLD, JOINT(S)
BLEEDING: BLD, MOUTH/LIP(S)
BLEEDING: BLD, MULT SITES
BLEEDING:
BLD, PASSING
BLEEDING: BLD, PENIS
BLEEDING: BLD, RECTUM
BLEEDING: BLD, RETINA
BLEEDING: BLD, THORAX from MedLine: thorax: the part of the mammalian body that is situated between the neck and the abdomen and supported by the ribs, costal cartilages, and sternum
BLEEDING: BLD, VAGINA
BLEEDING: EPISTAXIS  epistaxis, melena, gingival bleeding, retinal hemorrhage, hematoma formation, and prolonged bleeding after venipuncture or surgery. Immunologic and inflammatory mechanisms cause increased platelet consumption and decreased platelet survival.
BLEPHAROSPASM  from MedLine: spasmodic winking from involuntary contraction of the orbicularis oculi muscle of the eyelids
BLINDNESS, NIGHT
BLOAT
from Merck Veterinary Manual: Bloat is an overdistention of the rumenoreticulum with the gases of fermentation, either in the form of a persistent foam mixed with the ruminal contents—called primary or frothy bloat, or in the form of free-gas separated from the ingesta—called secondary or free-gas bloat.
BLOOD: AGRANULOCYTOSIS, BLD  from MedLine: an acute febrile condition marked by severe depression of the granulocyte-producing bone marrow and by prostration, chills, swollen neck, and sore throat sometimes with local ulceration and believed to be basically a response to the side effects of certain drugs of the coal-tar series (as aminopyrine) -- called also agranulocytic angina, granulocytopenia
BLOOD:
A/G RATIO HI, BLD
BLOOD: A/G RATIO LO, BLD
BLOOD: ALBUMIN HI, BLD
BLOOD: AMMONIA HI, BLD
BLOOD: ANION GAP HI, BLD  
BLOOD: AMYLASE HI, BLD
BLOOD: ANEMIA, AUTOIMMUNE HEM from MedLine: Acquired Thrombocytopenia
BLOOD: ANEMIA, HEMOLYTIC
BLOOD: ANEMIA, REGEN
BLOOD: ANEMIA, SPHERO
BLOOD: BANDS HI, BLD
BLOOD: BASOS HI, BLD
BLOOD: BILE ACIDS HI, BLD
BLOOD: BILIRUBIN(DIR) HI, BLD
BLOOD: BILIRUBIN(IND) HI, BLD
BLOOD: BLD, ABNORMAL
BLOOD: BLD, GI
BLOOD: BLD, SEMEN
BLOOD: BLD, SQ
BLOOD: BUN LO, BLD
BLOOD: CA HI, BLD
BLOOD: CA LO, BLD
BLOOD: CA/P RATIO LO, BLD
BLOOD: CHOLESTEROL HI, BLD
BLOOD: CO2 LO, BLD
BLOOD: CO2 HI, BLD
BLOOD: COAGULATION DISORDER
BLOOD: CPK HI, BLD
BLOOD: EOSINOS HI, BLD
BLOOD: CHLORIDE LO, BLD
BLOOD: CHLORIDE HI, BLD
BLOOD: CHOLESTEROL LO, BLD
BLOOD: CREATININE LO, BLD
BLOOD: EOSINOS LO, BLD
BLOOD: FIBRINOGEN HI, BLD
BLOOD:
FIBRINOGEN LO, BLD
BLOOD: GGT HI, BLD
BLOOD: GLOBULIN HI, BLD
BLOOD: GLOBULIN LO, BLD
BLOOD:
GLUCOSE HI, BLD
BLOOD: GLUCOSE LO, BLD
BLOOD: HCO3 HI, BLD
BLOOD: HCO3 LO, BLD
BLOOD: HEMATOCHEZIA from MedLine: Decreased red blood cell production
BLOOD: BLD(HEMATOMA)
BLOOD: K HI, BLD
BLOOD: K LO, BLD
BLOOD: KIDNEY VALUES HI, BLD
BLOOD: LDH HI, BLD
BLOOD: LIPASE HI, BLD
BLOOD: LIPIDS HI, BLD
BLOOD: LIVER PROFILE HI
BLOOD:
LYMPHS HI, BLD
BLOOD: LYMPHS LO, BLD
BLOOD: MG HI, BLD
BLOOD: MG LO, BLD
BLOOD: MONOS HI, BLD
BLOOD: MONOS LO, BLD
BLOOD: NA HI, BLD
BLOOD: NA:K LO, BLD
BLOOD: NA LO, BLD
BLOOD: P LO, BLD
BLOOD: PANCREAS ENZYMES HI, B
BLOOD:
PLATELETS HI, BLD
BLOOD: POLYCYTHEMIA From MedLine: Polycythemia:  Too many red blood cells.  The opposite of anemia.  Polycythemia formally exists when the hemoglobin, red blood cell (RBC) count, and total RBC volume are all above normal.
BLOOD: PRESSURE HI, BLD
BLOOD: PRESSURE LO, BLD
BLOOD:
PR-MULT SITES, BLD
BLOOD: PROTEIN(TOT) HI, BLD
BLOOD: PROTEIN(TOT) LO, BLD
BLOOD: PT PROLONGED, BLD
BLOOD: PTT PROLONGED, BLD
BLOOD: RBC ABNORMAL
BLOOD: RBC, ANISO
BLOOD: RBC, MICRO
BLOOD: RBC, NUCLEATED
BLOOD: RBC, POLYCHROM
BLOOD: RETICULOCYTES HI, BLD
BLOOD: RETICULOCYTES LO, BLD
BLOOD: SEGS HI, BLD
BLOOD: SEGS LO, BLD
BLOOD: THYROID HORMONE(S) HI
BLOOD: THYROID HORMONE(S) LO
BLOOD: TRIGLYCERIDES HI, BLD
BLOOD: WBC LO, BLD
BORBORYGMI from MedLine: a rumbling sound made by the movement of gas in the intestine
BRONCHITIS
CALCULI, KIDNEY  from MedLine: a concretion usually of mineral salts around organic material found especially in hollow organs or ducts
CALCULI, URINE
CAPILLARY REFILL PROLO
CATARACT(S)  from MedLine: a clouding of the lens of the eye or its surrounding transparent membrane that obstructs the passage of light
CELLULITIS  from MedLine: diffuse and especially subcutaneous inflammation of connective tissue 
CHEMISTRY ABN
CNS INFARCT from MedLine: CNS: abbreviation central nervous system; Infarct: an area of necrosis in a tissue or organ resulting from obstruction of the local circulation by a thrombus or embolus
CNS DISORDER  from Medline:  CNS: abbreviation: central nervous system
CNS: ENCEPHALOPATHY  from MedLine: a disease of the brain ; especially : one involving alterations of brain structure
CNS: NEUROPATHY  from MedLine: an abnormal and usually degenerative state of the nervous system or nerves ; also : a systemic condition (as muscular atrophy) that stems from a neuropathy
CNS: PR-BRAIN, LESION(S)
CONGESTION
CONGESTION, EAR(S)
CONGESTION, MUCOUS MEM
CONGESTION, SINUS
COOMBS TEST POS
  from MedLine: Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia and Thrombocytopenia: Drugs, vaccines, or infections also can precipitate attacks of hemolytic anemia or thrombocytopenia . . . 
CSF ABN
CULTURE/TITER DATA ABN
CYANOSIS
from MedLine: a bluish or purplish discoloration (as of skin) due to deficient oxygenation of the blood
CYANOSIS, MUCOUS MEMBR
DEAFNESS
DEAFNESS, PARTIAL
DEAFNESS, TEMP
DEFECATION
DEFECATION ABN
DEHISCENCE  from MedLine: the parting of the sutured lips of a surgical wound example: wound dehiscence resulting from infection
DEHYDRATION
DELIRIUM
DEMENTIA from MedLine: a condition of deteriorated mentality that is characterized by marked decline from the individual's former intellectual level and often by emotional apathy
DIABETES  from MedLine: any of various abnormal conditions characterized by the secretion and excretion of excessive amounts of urine
DIABETES INSIPIDUS
DIABETES M, POOR REGUL
DIABETES MELLITUS
DIARRHEA, MILD
DIARRHEA, PROJECTILE
DIARRHEA, SEVERE
DIC  per the Merck Veterinary Manual online at:   http://www.merckvetmanual.com, I was not able to find "DIC", but the search engine provided 14 "articles" for that search, the first of which is: "Acquired Coagulation Protein Disorders" and states: "Most coagulation proteins are produced primarily in the liver. Therefore, liver disease characterized by necrosis, inflammation, neoplasia, or cirrhosis often is associated with decreased production of coagulation proteins, particularly Factors VII, IX, X, and XI." and refers on to: "(see rodenticide poisoning)". A search of : http://www.medterms.com using "DIC" provided: "3 articles" for search keyword or phrase "DIC", the titles of which are: "Leukemia in the Family", "Acute promyelocytic leukemia" and "APL" which provides a potential definition of "DIC" as "APL is consistently associated with a disorder that resembles (but is not identical to) disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC). "There is in APL a pronounced tendency to hemorrhage (bleeding). The bleeding can manifest itself as petechiae (little bleeding spots in the skin or elsewhere), small ecchymosis (bruises), epistaxis (nose bleeds), bleeding in the mouth, hematuria (blood in the urine), bleeding from venipuncture and bone marrow sites. . . " so apparently the "translation" of "DIC" is disseminated intravascular coagulation.  
DILITATION, ESOPHAGUS  from MedLine: [no such word]: dilatation: 1 : the condition of being stretched beyond normal dimensions especially as a result of overwork or disease or of abnormal relaxation <dilatation of the heart> <dilatation of the stomach>
DILITATION, STOMACH
DISCHARGE, EAR(S)
DISCHARGE, EYE(S)/LID
DISCHARGE, EYE(S)/LID(S)
DISCHARGE, INCISION SITE
DISCHARGE, MOUTH/LIP(S
DISCHARGE, VULVA  from MedLine: the external parts of the female genital organs
DISCOMFORT, MOUTH/LIP(S)
DISSOCIATION  from MedLine: the act or process of dissociating : the state of being dissociated:the separation of whole segments of the personality (as in multiple personality) or of discrete mental processes (as in the schizophrenias) from the mainstream of consciousness or of behavior with loss of integrated awareness and autonomous functioning of the separated segments or parts
DISTRESS
DISCHARGE, NOSE
DISTENSION, BLADDER
DIZZINESS
DIZZINESS: VESTIBULAR DISORDER  vestibular apparatus (motion sickness,  
vestibulitis). Toxins or drugs directly stimulate the chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) because it is not protected by a complete blood-brain barrier.
DRY MOUTH SYNDROME
DYSMETRIA  from MedLine: impaired ability to estimate distance in muscular action
DYSPHAGIA from MedLine: loss of or deficiency in the power to use or understand language as a result of injury to or disease of the brain
EARS: DISCHARGE, EAR(S)
EARS: OTITIS  from Medline: inflammation of the ear
EARS: PRURITIS, EAR(S)
EARS: SWELLING, EAR(S)
EARS: ULCER(S), EAR(S)
ECG, ABN
EDEMA from MedLine: an abnormal excess accumulation of serous fluid in connective tissue or in a serous cavity -- called also dropsy  
EDEMA, BRISKET/CHEST
EDEMA, CORNEA(S)
EDEMA, EYE(S)/LID(S)
EDEMA, FEET/DIGIT(S)
EDEMA, HEAD/FACE Swelling
EDEMA, LARYNX
EDEMA, LIMB(S) Swelling
EDEMA, MULTIPLE SITES
EDEMA, NECK
EDEMA, PREPUCE
  from MedLine: see foreskin:  a fold of skin that covers the glans of the penis -- called also prepuce a similar fold investing the clitoris
EDEMA: PR-LUNG(S), EDEMA
EDEMA, SCLERA
EDEMA, SCROTUM
EDEMA, VENTRAL from MedLine: 1 : of or relating to the belly : ABDOMINAL
2 a : being or located near, on, or toward the lower surface of an animal (as a quadruped) opposite the back or dorsal surface b : being or located near, on, or toward the front or anterior part of the human body
EFFUSION  from MedLine: 1 a : the escape of a fluid from anatomical vessels by rupture or exudation b : the flow of a gas through an aperture whose diameter is small as compared with the distance between the molecules of the gas
2 : the fluid that escapes by extravasation
EFFUSION, JOINT(S)
EFFUSION, PERICARDIAL
EFFUSION, PERITONEAL
from MedLine: 1. a : the escape of a fluid from anatomical vessels by rupture or exudation b : the flow of a gas through an aperture whose diameter is small as compared with the distance between the molecules of the gas  2 : the fluid that escapes by extravasation - 1 : an exudation of fluid from the blood or lymph into a pleural cavity - 2 : an exudate in a pleural cavity
ELECTROLYTE DISORDER  from MedLine: any of the ions (as of sodium, potassium, calcium, or bicarbonate) that in a biological fluid regulate or affect most metabolic processes (as the flow of nutrients into and waste products out of cells)
ENCEPHALOPATHY  from MedLine: a disease of the brain ; especially : one involving alterations of brain structure
ENDOCRINE DISORDER  from MedLine: 1 : secreting internally ; specifically : producing secretions that are distributed in the body by way of the bloodstream <an endocrine system> 2 : of, relating to, affecting, or resembling an endocrine gland or secretion <endocrine tumors> ; see endocrine system: the glands and parts of glands that produce endocrine secretions, help to integrate and control bodily metabolic activity, and include especially the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroids, adrenals, islets of Langerhans, ovaries, and testes
ENLARGEMENT(S)
ENLARGEMENT(S), SKIN
ENTERITIS  from MedLine: 1 : inflammation of the intestines and especially of the human ileum 2 : a disease of domestic animals (as panleukopenia of cats) marked by enteritis and diarrhea
EPIPHORA  from MedLine: a watering of the eyes due to excessive secretion of tears or to obstruction of the lacrimal passages
EPISTAXIS  from MedLine: epistaxis, melena, gingival bleeding, retinal hemorrhage, hematoma formation, and prolonged bleeding after venipuncture or surgery. Immunologic and inflammatory mechanisms cause increased platelet consumption and decreased platelet survival.
ERECTION, ABN
ERUCTATION
  from Medline: an act or instance of belching 
ERYTHEMA MULTIFORME  from MedLine: a skin disease characterized by papular or vesicular lesions and reddening or discoloration of the skin often in concentric zones about the lesions
ESTRUS BEHAVIOR  from MedLine: the correlated phenomena of the endocrine and generative systems of a female mammal from the beginning of one period of estrus to the beginning of the next -- called also estral cycle, estrus cycle
ESTRUS CYCLE ABNORMAL
EXFOLIATION, SKIN
  from MedLine: the action or process of exfoliating: as a : the peeling of the horny layer of the skin (as in some skin diseases) b : the shedding of surface components (as cells from internal body surfaces when diseased) c : the shedding of a superficial layer of bone or of a tooth or part of a tooth
EYE DISORDER
EYES: ADIPSIA  from MedLine: adipsia: a purulent ocular exudate
EYES: ANISOCORIA  from MedLine: inequality in the size of the pupils of the eyes
EYES:  BLD, EYE(S) bleeding
EYES:  BLD, RETINA
EYES:  BLD, SCLERA  from MedLine: sclera: the dense fibrous opaque white outer coat enclosing the eyeball except the part covered by the cornea -- called also sclerotic, sclerotic coat
EYES: BLEPHAROSPASM  from MedLine: spasmodic winking from involuntary contraction of the orbicularis oculi muscle of the eyelids 
EYES: BLINDNESS
EYES: BLINDNESS, NIGHT
EYES: BLINDNESS, PARTIAL
EYES: BLINDNESS, TEMP
EYES: CATARACT(S)  from MedLine: a clouding of the lens of the eye or its surrounding transparent membrane that obstructs the passage of light
EYES: CONGESTION, EYE(S)/LID
EYES: CONJUNCTIVITIS from MedLine: inflammation of the conjunctiva conjunctiva: the mucous membrane that lines the inner surface of the eyelids and is continued over the forepart of the eyeball
EYES: EDEMA, CORNEA(S)
EYES: EDEMA, EYE(S)/LID(S)
EYES: EDEMA, SCLERA
EYES: EPIPHORA  from MedLine: a watering of the eyes due to excessive secretion of tears or to obstruction of the lacrimal passages
EYES: GLAUCOMA  from MedLine: a disease of the eye marked by increased pressure within the eyeball that can result in damage to the optic disk and gradual loss of vision
EYES: HORNER'S SYNDROME from MedLine: a syndrome marked by sinking in of the eyeball, contraction of the pupil, drooping of the upper eyelid, and vasodilation and anhidrosis of the face, and caused by injury to the cervical sympathetic nerve fibers on the affected side
EYES: HYPHEMA from MedLine: a hemorrhage in the anterior chamber of the eye
EYES:
IRIS(BLD)
EYES: IRIS, INFLAM
EYES: KERATOCONJUNCTIVITIS from MedicineNet: Keratoconjunctivitis: Inflammation of the eye involving both the cornea and the conjunctiva.
EYES: MYDRIASIS from MedLine: excessive or prolonged dilation of the pupil of the eye
EYES:  MIOSIS  from MedLine: excessive smallness or contraction of the pupil of the eye
EYES:  NEURITIS, OPTIC  from MedLine: inflammation of the optic nerve
EYES:  NYSTAGMUS from MedLine: a rapid involuntary oscillation of the eyeballs occurring normally with dizziness during and after bodily rotation or abnormally after injuries (as to the cerebellum or the vestibule of the ear)
EYES:  NYSTAGMUS, HORIZONTAL back and forth/horitontal
EYES:  NYSTAGMUS [vertical] from MedLine: nystagmus characterized by up-and-down movement of the eyes
EYES:  NYSTAGMUS, POSITIONAL
EYES:  NYSTAGMUS, ROTARY  from MedLine: circular motion
EYES:  NYSTAGMUS, VERTICAL
EYES:  OPACITY, CORNEA(S)
EYES:  PARAESTHESIA, EYE(S)/L  from MedLine: a sensation of pricking, tingling, or creeping on the skin having no objective cause and usually associated with injury or irritation of a sensory nerve or nerve root
EYES:  PROLAPSE, THIRD EYELID  from MedLine: the falling down or slipping of a body part from its usual position or relations
EYES:  PROTRUSION, EYE(S)
EYES:  PUPIL(S), AREFLEXIA  from MedLine: absence of reflexes
EYES: 
PRURITIS, EYE(S)
EYES:  RETINA ABNORMAL
EYES:  STRABISMUS  fro MedLine: inability of one eye to attain binocular vision with the other because of imbalance of the muscles of the eyeball
EYES:  SWELLING, EYE(S)/LID(S
EYES:  ULCER(S), CORNEA(S)
EYES:  UVEITIS  from MedLine: inflammation of the uvea:  Uvea:  the middle layer of the eye consisting of the iris and ciliary body together with the choroid coat -- called also vascular tunic
EYES:  VISION DISORDER
FERTILITY, LACK OF
FEVER, JOINT(S)
FIBRILLATION, ATRIAL
  from MedLine: very rapid uncoordinated contractions of the atria of the heart resulting in a lack of synchronism between heartbeat and pulse beat -- called also auricular fibrillation
FIBROSIS  from MedLine: a condition marked by increase of interstitial fibrous tissue : fibrous degeneration; see cystic fibrosis: involves functional disorder of the exocrine glands, and is marked especially by faulty digestion due to a deficiency of pancreatic enzymes, by difficulty in breathing due to mucus accumulation in airways, and by excessive loss of salt in the sweat; called also fibrocystic disease of the pancreas, mucoviscidosis
FLY BITING - from Merck Veterinary Manual online: A specific type of seizure known as temporal lobe epilepsy appears to be familial in Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and is characterized by behavioral manifestations such as fly biting 
FROTH, MOUTH/LIP(S)
G-HAIR, ABN COLOR
GASTRITIS
  from MedicineNet: Gastritis:
Inflammation of the stomach. From the Latin gastricus meaning stomach + -itis, meaning inflammation.
GINGIVA, ABNORMAL  from MedLine: GUMS: the tissue that surrounds the necks of teeth and covers the alveolar parts of the jaws ; broadly : the alveolar portion of a jaw with its enveloping soft tissues
GINGIVITIS from MedLine: inflammation of the gums
G.I. TRACT: BLD, GI
G.I. TRACT: BORBORYGMI from MedLine: a rumbling sound made by the movement of gas in the intestine
G.I. TRACT:
COLITIS
G.I. TRACT: CONSTIPATION
G.I. TRACT: DEFECATION ABN
G.I. TRACT: DIARRHEA, MILD
G.I. TRACT: DIARRHEA, MUCOID
G.I. TRACT: DIARRHEA, PROJECTILE
G.I. TRACT: DIARRHEA, SEVERE
G.I. TRACT: DIARRHEA, WATERY
G.I. TRACT: ENTERITIS  from MedLine: 1 : inflammation of the intestines and especially of the human ileum 2 : a disease of domestic animals (as panleukopenia of cats) marked by enteritis and diarrhea
G.I. TRACT: GI, ABNORMAL
G.I. TRACT: HYPERMOTILITY  from MedLine: abnormal or excessive movement ; specifically : excessive motility of all or part of the gastrointestinal tract
G.I. TRACT: INCONTINENCE, FECAL
G.I. TRACT: PERFORATION, GI
G.I. TRACT: PERITONITIS Inflammation of intestinal lining/mucosa
G.I. TRACT: PR-GI, LESION(S) 
G.I. TRACT: PR-INTEST, LESION(S)
G.I. TRACT: PR-SM INTEST, LESION(S)
G.I. TRACT: PR-PERITONEUM, LESION(S)
G.I. TRACT: PR-SM INTEST, LESION(S)
G.I. TRACT: PR-STOMACH, LESION(S)
G.I. TRACT: STOOL ABNORMAL
G.I. TRACT: STOOL, MUCOID
G.I. TRACT: STOOL, PALE/GRAY
G.I. TRACT: TENESMUS, RECTAL from MedLine: a distressing but ineffectual urge to evacuate the rectum or urinary bladder
G.I. TRACT: ULCER(S)
G.I. TRACT: ULCER(S), GI
G.I. TRACT: ULCER(S), PYLORUS
G.I. TRACT: VOLVULUS, STOMACH from MedLine: a twisting of the intestine upon itself that causes obstruction - aka: torsion: 1: the twisting of a bodily organ or part on its own axis <intestinal torsion> 2: the twisting or wrenching of a body by the exertion of forces tending to turn one end or part about a longitudinal axis while the other is held fast or turned in the opposite direction ; also : the state of being twisted
GRANULOMA, LICK  from MedLine: a mass or nodule of chronically inflamed tissue with granulations that is usually associated with an infective process 
GLAUCOMA  from MedLine: a disease of the eye marked by increased pressure within the eyeball that can result in damage to the optic disk and gradual loss of vision
GLOSSITIS  from MedLine: inflammation of the tongue
GRANULOMA  from MedLine: a mass or nodule of chronically inflamed tissue with granulations that is usually associated with an infective process
HAIR, ABNORMAL
HAIR, ABN COLOR
HEALING IMPAIRED
HEART: ARREST, HEART
HEART: ARRHYTHMIA from MedLine: Arrhythmias are pattern and/or speed changes from the normal heart rhythm.
HEART: BRADYCARDIA from MedLine: relatively slow heart action whether
physiological or pathological
HEART: CARDIOMEGALY from MedLine: enlargement of the heart
HEART: ECG, ABN
HEART: FIBRILLATION, ATRIAL  from MedLine: very rapid uncoordinated contractions of the atria of the heart resulting in a lack of synchronism between heartbeat and pulse beat -- called also auricular fibrillation
HEART: HEART DISORDER
HEART: HEART FAILURE
HEART: EFFUSION, PERICARDIAL
HEART: PALPITATIONS  from MedLine: a rapid pulsation ; especially : an abnormally rapid beating of the heart when excited by violent exertion, strong emotion, or disease HEART: PR-
HEART, LESION(S)
HEART:
MURMUR, HEART
HEART: TACHYCARDIA From MedLine: Rapid heart beat
HEART: TACHYCARDIA, VENTRICUL
HYPERADRENOCORTICISM  from MedLine: 1 : the presence of an excess of adrenocortical products in the body 2 : the syndrome resulting from hyperadrenocorticism that is often a complication of medication with adrenal hormones, fractions, or stimulants
HYPERESTHESIA from MedLine: unusual or pathological sensitivity of the skin or of a particular sense to stimulation
HYPERKERATOSIS  from MedLine: 1 : hypertrophy of the stratum corneum layer of the skin  2 a : any of various conditions marked by hyperkeratosis b : a disease of cattle that is marked by thickening and wrinkling of the hide, by formation of papillary outgrowths on the buccal mucous membranes, and often by a watery discharge from eyes and nose, diarrhea, loss of weight, and abortion of pregnant animals and that is caused especially by ingestion of the chlorinated naphthalene of various lubricating oils, by arsenic poisoning, or by inherited congenital ichthyosis -- called also X-disease, XX disease from Merck Veterinary Manual: Hyperkeratosis of footpads, ferret. Note the yellowish crusty lesions found on the ventral surface of the main footpads. Crusts were also present on the muzzle of this ferret; Cutaneous ichthyoses are characterized by abnormal and hypertrophic epithelial proliferation, with accumulation of extensive scale and hyperkeratosis on the skin surface.; In dogs, the body is covered with large adherent scales that may flake off in large sheets. The planum nasale and digital pads are usually markedly thickened, and the latter usually is associated with apparent discomfort.; Marked hyperkeratosis precedes the development of hair coat abnormalities, which begin as the loss of normal hair kinkiness and progress to patchy alopecia.
HYPERMOTILITY  from MedLine: abnormal or excessive movement ; specifically : excessive motility of all or part of the gastrointestinal tract
HYPERPIGMENTATION, SKIN  from MedLine: excess pigmentation in a bodily part or tissue (as the skin)
HYPERSENSITIVE, SOUND
HYPERTONIA
  from MedLine: [no such word]: see hypertonic: 1 : exhibiting excessive tone or tension <a hypertonic baby> <a hypertonic bladder> 2 : having a higher osmotic pressure than a surrounding medium or a fluid under comparison <animals that produce urine which is hypertonic to their blood>
HYPOADRENOCORTICISM from Medline:  abnormally decreased activity of the adrenal cortex (as in Addison's disease)
HYPOESTHESIA  from MedLine: impaired or decreased tactile sensibility
HYPOPNEA  from MedLine: abnormally slow or especially shallow respiration
HYPOSALIVATION  from MedLine: diminished salivation
HYPOSMIA  from MedLine: impairment of the sense of smell
HYPOTHERMIA
HYPOTHERMIA, BODY
From MedLine: Hypothermia is dangerously low body temperature [most suseptible are:  Very old or very young, chronically ill, especially with heart or circulation problems, malnourished, overly tired, under the influence of alcohol or drugs
ICTERUS from MedLine: Icterus:
Jaundice. At least one medical dictionary defines icterus as the presence of jaundice seen in the sclera of the eye. This is incorrect. Icterus is synonymous with jaundice. They are one and the same thing.
ICTERUS, SERUM (see above definition)
ILL
IMMUNE DISORDER from MedLine: not susceptible or responsive ; especially : not having a high degree of resistance to a disease; not protected by either specific or non-specific mechanisms against infectious disease.
IMMUNOSUPPRESSION  from MedLine: suppression (as by drugs) of natural immune responses
IMPROVEMENT, UNEXPECT
INCISION SITE, ECCHYMOSIS
INCONTINENCE from MedLine: inability of the body to control the evacuative functions
INEFFECT
INEFFECT, ANTIINFLAM
INEFFECT, ANALGESIA from MedLine: insensibility to pain without loss of
consciousness
INEFFECT, LOSS OF EFFE
INEFFECT, OTHER DRUG(S)
INFARCT  from MedLine: an area of necrosis in a tissue or organ resulting from obstruction of the local circulation by a thrombus or embolus
INFECTION
INFECTION, EYE(S)
INFECTION, FEET/DIGIT(
INFECTION, UTERUS
INFLAM
INJ SITE BLD
INJ SITE INFECT
IRIS(BLD)
IRIS, INFLAM
IRRITATION, ESOPHAGUS
IRRITATION, EYE(S)/LID
IRRITATION, PHARYNX/TH
IRRITATION, MOUTH/LIP(S)
IRRITATION, PERINEUM
  from MedLine: an area of tissue that marks externally the approximate boundary of the pelvic outlet and gives passage to the urogenital ducts and rectum ; also : the area between the anus and the posterior part of the external genitalia especially in the female
IRRITATION, PHARYNX/TH
IRRITATION, SKIN
JERKING
JOINT DISORDER
KETOSIS  from MedLine: an abnormal increase of ketone bodies in the body in conditions of reduced or disturbed carbohydrate metabolism (as in uncontrolled diabetes mellitus)
KIDNEY: ANURIA  Acute renal failure occurs when a major insult to the kidneys results in inability to regulate water and solute balance; this may occur when urine flow is reduced.
KIDNEY: AZOTEMIA  Inability of the kidneys to function normally may be classified as prerenal, renal, or postrenal in origin. Prerenal azotemia is the result of reduced blood flow to the kidney
KIDNEY: CALCULI, KIDNEY  from MedLine: a concretion usually of mineral salts around organic material found especially in hollow organs or ducts
KIDNEY DISORDER
KIDNEY FAILURE
KIDNEY: NEPHRITIS  from MedLine: acute or chronic inflammation of the kidney affecting the structure (as of the glomerulus or parenchyma) and caused by infection, a degenerative process, or vascular disease
KIDNEY:  PR-KIDNEY(S), LESION(S)
LARYNGITIS  from MedLine: inflammation of the larynx
LESION(S)
LESION(S), MOUTH/LIP(S)
LEUKODERMA  from MedLine: a skin abnormality that is characterized by a usually congenital lack of pigment in spots or bands and produces a patchy whiteness
LICKING, FEET/DIGIT(S)
LIVER DISORDER, OBSTRU
LIVER: ICTERUS Chronic hepatitis
LIVER FAILURE
LIVER: HEPATITIS from MedLine: 1: inflammation of the liver 2 : a disease or condition (as hepatitis A or hepatitis B) marked by inflammation of the liver
LIVER: HEPATOMEGALY from MedLine: Liver enlargement
LIVER: LIVER DISORDER
LIVER: NEOPLASM, LIVER
LIVER PROFILE HI
LIVER: US-LIVER ABN
LOCKJAW
LOSS OF CONDITION
LUNGS: APNEA from MedLine: transient cessation of respiration whether normal (as in hibernating animals) or abnormal (as that caused by certain drugs)
LUNGS: BLD, LUNG(S)/TRACHEA
LUNGS: BREATHING ABN
LUNGS: BREATHING, DIFFICULT
LUNGS: BREATHING, PERIODIC
LUNGS: BRONCHITIS
LUNGS: 
CONGESTION, LUNG(S)
LUNGS: 
DISTRESS, RESP
LUNGS: DYSPNEA 
Respiratory diseases are common in dogs and cats. Although clinical signs such as coughing and dyspnea are commonly referable to primary problems of the respiratory tract, they may also occur secondary to disorders of other organ systems (eg, congestive heart failure).  Fever is usually absent. The degree of dyspnea and coughing is related to the severity of inflammation within the airways and alveoli.
LUNGS: EDEMA, LUNG(S)/TRACHEA
LUNGS: EFFUSION, PLEURAL from MedLine: 1: an exudation of fluid from the blood or lymph into a pleural cavity 2: an exudate in a pleural cavity
LUNGS: HYPERPNEA  Differentiation from other causes of a chronic cough or nasal discharge (eg, parasitic bronchiolitis) is based on the history and other diagnostic procedures such as endoscopy, evaluation of a tracheobronchial exudate, and chest radiography. In its most subtle form, the only clinical sign may be hyperpnea at rest. Cytologic examination of fluid obtained from a tracheal wash or bronchoalveolar lavage usually shows a preponderance of neutrophils with generally normal morphology.
LUNGS: HYPOPNEA  from MedLine: abnormally slow or especially shallow respiration
LUNGS: PNEUMONIA, ASPIRATION  from MedLine: a disease of the lungs characterized by inflammation and consolidation followed by resolution and caused by infection or irritants
LUNGS: PR-LUNG(S), EDEMA
LUNGS: PR-LUNG(S), LESION(S)
LUNGS: RESPIRATORY DISORDER
LUNGS: SOUND ABN, RESPIRATORY
LUNGS: WHEEZING
LYMPH NODES: ENLARGEMENT, LYMPH NOD
LYMPH NODES: PR-LYMPH NODE(S), LESIONS from MedLine:  Lymph Node: any of the rounded masses of lymphoid tissue that are surrounded by a capsule of connective tissue, are distributed along the lymphatic vessels, and contain numerous lymphocytes which filter the flow of lymph passing through the node - Lesion(s): an abnormal change in structure of an organ or part due to injury or disease ; especially : one that is circumscribed and well defined
MASS
MIOSIS
  from MedLine: excessive smallness or contraction of the pupil of the eye
MORIBUND from MedLine: being in the state of dying ; approaching death; in the moribund patient deepening stupor and coma are the usual preludes to death.
MOUTH/LIPS/GUMS: ULCER(S), MOUTH/LIP(S)
MUCOUS MEMBR, ABN COLO
MUCOUS MEMBR, MUDDY
MUCOUS MEMBR, RED
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: ARTHRITIS
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: ATROPHY, MUSCLE(S) from MedicineNet: muscle wasting
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: CACHEXIA from MedLine: general physical wasting and malnutrition usually associated with chronic disease
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: COLLAPSE
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: DIFFICULTY RISING
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: DYSMETRIA  from MedLine: impaired ability to estimate distance in muscular action
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: EXERCISE INTOLERANCE
MUSCULO-SKELETAL:
FEVER, JOINT(S)
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: HEAD TILT
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: JOINT DISORDER
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: LAMENESS
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: LOCOMOTION DISORDER
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: MYOSITIS from MedLine: muscular discomfort or pain from infection or an unknown cause
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: NECK, VENTROFLEXION  from MedLine: [no such word], flexion: a bending movement around a joint in a limb (as the knee or elbow) that decreases the angle between the bones of the limb at the joint
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: OPISTHOTONOS  from MedLine: a condition of spasm of the muscles of the back, causing the head and lower limbs to bend backward and the trunk to arch forward
MUSCULO-SKELETAL:  PARESIS  Spastic paresis is a progressive unilateral or bilateral hyperextension of the hind limb(s).
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: PARESIS, HIND LIMB(S)
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: PARALYSIS, HIND LIMB(S
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: PR-BONE MARROW, LESION
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: RECUMBENCY  [downer cow] Lifting usually reveals that the hindlimbs are unable to support weight 
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: RELUCTANT TO CLIMB
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: 
STIFFNESS
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: 
STIFFNESS, FRONT LIMB(
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: STUMBLING
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: SWELLING, JOINT(S)
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: SWELLING, LIMB(S)
MUSCULO-SKELETAL: TORTICOLLIS  from MedLine: a twisting of the neck to one side that results in abnormal carriage of the head and is usually caused by muscle spasms
NAIL DISORDER
NAUSEA
NECK, VENTROFLEXION  from MedLine: [no such word], flexion: a bending movement around a joint in a limb (as the knee or elbow) that decreases the angle between the bones of the limb at the joint
NECROSIS
NEOPLASM
  from MedicineNet: Neoplasm: A
tumor. An abnormal growth of tissue. The word neoplasm is not synonymous with cancer. A neoplasm may be benign or malignant.
NEOPLASM, LYMPH NODE(S)
NEOPLASM, SKIN
  from MedLine: a new growth of tissue serving no physiological function
NEPHRITIS  from MedLine: acute or chronic inflammation of the kidney affecting the structure (as of the glomerulus or parenchyma) and caused by infection, a degenerative process, or vascular disease
NEURITIS, OPTIC  from MedLine: inflammation of the optic nerve
NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER
NEUROPATHY  from MedLine: an abnormal and usually degenerative state of the nervous system or nerves ; also : a systemic condition (as muscular atrophy) that stems from a neuropathy
NOCTURIA  from MedLine: urination at night especially when excessive -- called also nycturia
NOSE ABN 
ODOR
ODOR, MOUTH
ODOR, URINE
OPACITY, CORNEA(S)
OPISTHOTONOS  from MedLine: a condition of spasm of the muscles of the back, causing the head and lower limbs to bend backward and the trunk to arch forward
OTITIS  from Medline: inflammation of the ear
PD-TABLET(S), ABN
PAIN
PAIN, BACK
PAIN, EYE(S)/LID(S)
PAIN, HEAD/FACE
PAIN, HIND LIMB(S)
PAIN, JOINT(S)
PAIN, LIMB(S)
PAIN, MOUTH/LIP(S)
PAIN, NECK
PALLOR, MUCOUS MEMBRAN
PALPITATIONS  from MedLine: a rapid pulsation ; especially : an abnormally rapid beating of the heart when excited by violent exertion, strong emotion, or disease PANCREAS: BILIRUBIN(DIR) HI, BLD
PANCREAS DISORDER
PANCREAS:
PR-PANCREAS, LESION(S)
PANCREATITIS
PANCYTOPENIA  from MedLine: an abnormal reduction in the number of red blood cells, white blood cells, and blood platelets in the blood ; also : a disorder (as aplastic anemia) characterized by such a reduction 
PAPULE(S)  from MedLine: a small solid usually conical elevation of the skin caused by inflammation, accumulated secretion, or hypertrophy of tissue elements
PARALYSIS
PARALYSIS, ALL LIMBS
PARALYSIS, FACIAL NERV
PARALYSIS, HIND LIMB(S)
PARESIS, FORE LIMB(S) from MedLine: Paresis: slight or partial paralysis
PARESIS, FORELIMB(S)  from MedLine: Paresis: slight or partial paralysis
PARAESTHESIA, EYE(S)/L  from MedLine: a sensation of pricking, tingling, or creeping on the skin having no objective cause and usually associated with injury or irritation of a sensory nerve or nerve root
PARESTHESIA, MOUTH/LIP from MedLine: a sensation of pricking, tingling, or creeping on the skin having no objective cause and usually associated with injury or irritation of a sensory nerve or nerve root 
PERFORATION  from MedLine: a rupture in a body part caused especially by accident or disease
PERIODONTAL, ABSCESS
PHALLITIS  from MedLine: [NO SUCH WORD] see phallus:  penis; see itis:  inflammation; or possibly intended as: PRIAPISM from MedLine: an abnormal, more or less persistent, and often painful erection of the penis ; especially : one caused by disease rather than sexual desire
PHLEBITIS  from MedLine: inflammation of a vein
PHOTOPHOBIA  from MedLine: intolerance to light ; especially : painful sensitiveness to strong light
PHOTOSENSITIZATION  from MedLine: the condition of being photosensitized ; especially : the development of an abnormal capacity to react to sunlight typically by edematous swelling and dermatitis
PLATELETS ABN
PNEUMONIA
PNEUMONIA, ASPIRATION  from MedLine: a disease of the lungs characterized by inflammation and consolidation followed by resolution and caused by infection or irritants
POLYCYTHEMIA(ABSOLUTE)  from MedLine:  a condition marked by an abnormal increase in the number of circulating red blood cells
POLYCYTHEMIA(RELATIVE) from MedLine: a condition marked by an abnormal increase in the number of circulating red blood cells
POLYPHAGIA excessive appetite or eating
PRIAPISM from MedLine: an abnormal, more or less persistent, and often painful erection of the penis ; especially : one caused by disease rather than sexual desire
PROPRIOCEPTIVE DISORDE - Search results - 1 articles found on MedicineNet for keyword or phrase: proprioceptive disorder: See: Vestibular Balance Disorders
PROSTATOMEGALY  from MedLine: [no such word]: prostate: a firm partly muscular partly glandular body that is situated about the base of the mammalian male urethra and secretes an alkaline viscid fluid which is a major constituent of the ejaculatory fluid -- called also prostate; megaly: enlargement of 
PROSTRATION  from MedLine: complete physical or mental exhaustion
PR-ADRENAL(S), LESION(S)
PR-ASCITES
PR-BLADDER, LESION(S)
PR-BLD VESSEL(S), LESI
PR-BRAIN, LESION(S)
PR-BRONCHI, LESION(S)  from MedLine: either of the two primary divisions of the trachea that lead respectively into the right and the left lung
PR-CECUM, LESION(S)  from MedLine: cecum: the blind pouch at the beginning of the large intestine into which the ileum opens from one side and which is continuous with the colon
PR-CEREBRUM, LESION(S)  from MedLine: 1 : BRAIN 2 : an enlarged anterior or upper part of the brain ; especially : the expanded anterior portion of the brain that in higher mammals overlies the rest of the brain, consists of cerebral hemispheres and connecting structures, and is considered to be the seat of conscious mental processes
PR-COLON, LESION(S)
PR-ESOPHAGUS, LESION(S
PR-EYE(S)/LID(S), LESION(S)
PR-GI, EDEMA
PR-PHARYNX, LESION(S)
PR-MENINGES, LESION(S)
  from MedLine: any of the three membranes that envelop the brain and spinal cord and include the arachnoid, dura mater, and pia mater
PR-MESENTERY, LESION(S)  from MedLine: Mesentery: 1 : one or more vertebrate membranes that consist of a double fold of the peritoneum and invest the intestines and their appendages and connect them with the dorsal wall of the abdominal cavity ; specifically : such membranes connected with the jejunum and ileum in humans 2 : a fold of membrane comparable to a mesentery and supporting a viscus (as the heart) that is not a part of the digestive tract
PR-MOUTH/LIP(S), LESIO
PR-MULT SITES, LESION(S)
PR-MULT SITES, CONGEST
PR-MULT SITES, EDEMA
PR-MULT SITES, ICTERUS
  Icterus:
Jaundice. At least one medical dictionary defines icterus as the presence of jaundice seen in the sclera of the eye. This is incorrect. Icterus is synonymous with jaundice. They are one and the same thing.
PR-MUSCLE(S), LESION(S)
PR-NERVE(S), LESION(S)
PR-NOSE, LESION(S)
PR-PERICARDIAL EFFUSIO
PR-PERITONEAL EFFUSION
PR-PLEURAL EFFUSION
PR-RECTUM, LESION(S)
PR-SPINAL CORD, LESION
PR-TONGUE, LESION(S)
PR-TRACHEA, LESION(S)
PR-WHOLE BODY, LESION(S)
PULSE THREADY
PURITIS from MedLine: Pruritus see Itching : Itching is a peculiar tingling or uneasy irritation of the skin that causes a desire to scratch the affected area.  Itching may be over the whole body (generalized), or only in a particular location (localized).
PRURITIS, EAR(S)
PRURITIS, EYE(S)
PRURITIS, FEET/DIGIT(S
RADIOGRAPH(S) ABNORMAL
REACTION, UNSPECIFIED
REFLUX, STOMACH  from MedLine: a flowing back
REGURGITATION
REPRODUCTION DISORDER
RESPIRATORY DISORDER
RUPTURE, STOMACH
SALIVA, ABN
SCENT DEFICIT
SEBORRHEA
  from Medline: abnormally increased secretion and discharge of sebum producing an oily appearance of the skin and the formation of greasy scales
SEDATION  From Medline: 1 : the inducing of a relaxed easy state especially by the use of sedatives  2 : a state resulting from sedation
SEDATION PROLONGED
SEPTICEMIA  from MedLine: invasion of the bloodstream by virulent microorganisms from a focus of infection that is accompanied by chills, fever, and prostration and often by the formation of secondary abscesses in various organs -- called also blood poisoning SEPSIS  from MedLine: a toxic condition resulting from the spread of bacteria or their products from a focus of infection
SHOCK  From MedLine: Cardiac function; intravascular volume; and vascular tone, integrity, and patency are each critical to normal circulation. An abnormality in one or more of these components of circulation leads to compensatory changes in the others in an effort to maintain perfusion. The hemodynamic and cellular changes that develop as a result of these abnormalities are called shock. As shock progresses, oxygen and substrate delivery to the tissues becomes insufficient to meet energy requirements for cellular maintenance and repair. If shock progresses to the point when cellular energy demands cannot be met, the hemodynamic and cellular responses become similar for all types of shock. Organ failure ensues, and when progressive, the end result is death. Early recognition of the type of shock and an understanding of the pathophysiologic processes initiated allow aggressive treatment and optimal chances for recovery.
SHOCK, ENDOTOXEMIA  from MedLine: the presence of endotoxins in the blood; see endotoxins: a toxin of internal origin ; specifically : a poisonous substance present in bacteria (as the causative agent of typhoid fever) but separable from the cell body only on its disintegration 
SINUSITIS
SKIN:  ABSCESS, SKIN
SKIN:  ALOPECIA  Alopecia is the partial or complete lack of hairs in areas where they are normally
SKIN:  BLD(PETECHIAE)
SKIN:  DERMATITIS, MOIST
SKIN:  BLD(ECCHYMOSES) from MedLine: a minute reddish or purplish spot containing blood that appears in skin or mucous membrane especially in some infectious diseases (as typhoid fever) -- compare ECCHYMOSIS
         ANEMIA Ecchmyotic lesions on abdomen, dog
         ANEMIA Ecchymotic lesions on mucous membranes of oral cavity
SKIN:  Acquired thrombocytopenias  from MedLine:  Immunologic and inflammatory mechanisms cause increased platelet consumption and decreased platelet survival. 
SKIN: BLD, SKIN
SKIN: CONGESTION, SKIN
SKIN, DRY
SKIN: ERUPTION(S) from MedLine: 1. the breaking out of an exanthem or enanthem on the skin or mucous membrane (as in measles) 2. something produced by an act or process of erupting: as a : the condition of the skin or mucous membrane caused by erupting b : one of the lesions (as a pustule) constituting this condition
SKIN: ERYTHEMA MULTIFORME  from MedLine: a skin disease characterized by papular or vesicular lesions and reddening or discoloration of the skin often in concentric zones about the lesions
SKIN: EXFOLIATION, SKIN  from MedLine: the action or process of exfoliating: as a : the peeling of the horny layer of the skin (as in some skin diseases) b : the shedding of surface components (as cells from internal body surfaces when diseased) c : the shedding of a superficial layer of bone or of a tooth or part of a tooth 
SKIN: HAIR, SHEDDING
SKIN: HYPERPIGMENTATION, SKIN  from MedLine: excess pigmentation in a bodily part or tissue (as the skin)
SKIN:
INFECTION, SKIN
SKIN: INFLAM, SKIN
SKIN: LESION(S), SKIN
SKIN: MASS, SKIN
SKIN: SKIN, SCAB(S)
SKIN: SKIN, NECROSIS  from MedicineNet: Necrosis: The death of living cells or
tissues. Necrosis can be due, for example, to ischemia (lack of blood flow). From the Greek "nekros" (dead body).
SKIN: NEOPLASM, SKIN  from MedLine: a new growth of tissue serving no physiological function
SKIN: 
PR-SKIN, LESION(S)
SKIN: PALLOR
SKIN: PAPULE(S)  from MedLine: a small solid usually conical elevation of the skin caused by inflammation, accumulated secretion, or hypertrophy of tissue elements
SKIN: PRURITIS  from MedLine: Dry, flaky skin with pruritus wet or weeping spots/sores
SKIN: PUSTULE(S) from MedLine:  Pustule: A pustule is a small collection of pus in the top layer of skin (epidermis) or beneath it in the dermis. Pustules frequently form in sweat glands or hair follicles. Pus is a mixture of inflammatory cells and liquid.  Put somewhat more simply a pustule is a little pimple full of pus.
SKIN: RASH
SKIN: SCALE(S), SKIN
SKIN: SEBORRHEA  from Medline: abnormally increased secretion and discharge of sebum producing an oily appearance of the skin and the formation of greasy scales
SKIN: SKIN DISORDER
SKIN: SKIN, CRUST(S)
SKIN: HYPERKERATOSIS  from MedLine: 1 : hypertrophy of the stratum corneum layer of the skin  2 a : any of various conditions marked by hyperkeratosis b : a disease of cattle that is marked by thickening and wrinkling of the hide, by formation of papillary outgrowths on the buccal mucous membranes, and often by a watery discharge from eyes and nose, diarrhea, loss of weight, and abortion of pregnant animals and that is caused especially by ingestion of the chlorinated naphthalene of various lubricating oils, by arsenic poisoning, or by inherited congenital ichthyosis -- called also X-disease, XX disease from Merck Veterinary Manual: Hyperkeratosis of footpads, ferret. Note the yellowish crusty lesions found on the ventral surface of the main footpads. Crusts were also present on the muzzle of this ferret; Cutaneous ichthyoses are characterized by abnormal and hypertrophic epithelial proliferation, with accumulation of extensive scale and hyperkeratosis on the skin surface.; In dogs, the body is covered with large adherent scales that may flake off in large sheets. The planum nasale and digital pads are usually markedly thickened, and the latter usually is associated with apparent discomfort.; Marked hyperkeratosis precedes the development of hair coat abnormalities, which begin as the loss of normal hair kinkiness and progress to patchy alopecia.
SKIN: IRRITATION, SKIN
SKIN: SLOUGH, SKIN  from MedLine: dead tissue separating from living tissue ; especially : a mass of dead tissue separating from an ulcer
SKIN:
ULCER(S), SKIN
SKIN:  URTICARIA (Hives, Nettle rash) Urticaria is characterized by multiple plaque-like eruptions that are formed by localized edema in the dermis and that often develop and disappear suddenly.
SLEEP ABN
SLOUGH  from MedLine: slough: dead tissue separating from living tissue ; especially : a mass of dead tissue separating from an ulcer
SLOUGH, FEET/DIGIT(S)  from MedLine: slough: dead tissue separating from living tissue ; especially : a mass of dead tissue separating from an ulcer
SLOUGH, GINGIVA
SLOUGH, TONGUE
SORE(S)
SOUND ABN, VOICE
SPASM
SPERM ABN
SPLEEN:
NEOPLASM, SPLEEN
SPLEEN: PR-SPLEEN, LESION(S)
SPLEEN: SPLENOMEGALY  from MedLine: Enlargement of spleen
STIFFNESS, FRONT LIMB(
STIFFNESS, HIND LIMB(S
STIFFNESS, LIMB(S
)
STOMACH: ASCITES  From MedLine: Ascites is an accumulation of noninflammatory transudate in one or more of the peritoneal cavities or potential spaces. The fluid, which accumulates most frequently in the two ventral hepatic, peritoneal, or pericardial spaces, may contain yellow protein clots.
STOMACH: DISTENTION, ABDOMEN
STOMACH: GASTROENTERITIS
STOMACH: MASS, ABDOMEN
STOMACH: PAIN, ABDOMEN
STOMACH: PERFORATION, STOMACH
STOMACH: REFLUX, STOMACH  from MedLine: a flowing back
STOMACH: RUPTURE, STOMACH
STOMACH: STOMATITIS  from MedLine: stomach inflammation, irritation
STOMACH: ULCER(S)
STOMACH: ULCER(S), GI
STOMACH: ULCER(S), STOMACH
STOOL, PALE/GRAY
STRABISMUS
  fro MedLine: inability of one eye to attain binocular vision with the other because of imbalance of the muscles of the eyeball
SWELLING
SWELLING, ANUS
SWELLING, BRISKET/CHES
SWELLING, HEAD/FACE
SWELLING, FEET/DIGIT(S)
SWELLING, MOUTH/LIP(S)
SWELLING, MULT SITES
SWELLING, NECK
SWELLING, PHARYNX/THRO
SWELLING, PREPUCE
SWELLING, SCROTUM
SWELLING, TONGUE
SWELLING, VENTRUM  from MedLine: [no such word]
SYNCOPE  from MedLine: loss of consciousness resulting from insufficient blood flow to the brain
TACHYCARDIA, VENTRICUL
TEARS, ABN
TEETH, ABN
TENESMUS, URINARY  from MedLine: a distressing but ineffectual urge to evacuate the rectum or urinary bladder
TESTICLE, ABN
THROMBUS  from MedLine: a clot of blood formed within a blood vessel and remaining attached to its place of origin
THYROID HORMONE(S) HI
TONGUE, ABN

TONGUE: ULCER(S), TONGUE
TORTICOLLIS  from MedLine: a twisting of the neck to one side that results in abnormal carriage of the head and is usually caused by muscle spasms
TOX
TRANSUDATE  from MedLine: a transuded substance transuded: to pass through a membrane or permeable substance
TREMBLING, FACE
UDDER, DYSGALACTIA  from MedLine: [NO SUCH WORD]: from Merck Veterinary Manual: a condition associated with cattle and pigs see: mastitis  from MedLine: Mastitis: Inflammation of one or more mammary glands within the breast, usually in a lactating woman. It can be felt as a hard, sore spot within the breast. Mastitis can be caused by an infection in the breast or by a plugged milk duct. Treatment is by rest, applying warm compresses to the affected area, and for those who are lactating, nursing or expressing milk frequently. Women with mastitis recurring during nursing could benefit by consulting a lactation expert through their obstetrician, midwife, or the La Leche League. ; from Merck Veterinary Manual: mastitis: Inflammation of the mammary gland is almost always due to the effects of infection by bacterial or mycotic pathogens.
ULCER(S)
ULCER(S), EAR(S)
ULCER(S), FEET/DIGIT(S
ULCER(S), MUCOCUTANEOU
UNPALATABLE
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: ANURIA  Acute renal failure occurs when a major insult to the kidneys results in inability to regulate water and solute balance; this may occur when urine flow is reduced.
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: ATONY, BLADDER  from MedLine: atony: lack of physiological tone especially of a contractile organ
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: BLADDER, PARALYSIS
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: CALCULI, URINE
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: CASTS, URINE
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: CYSTITIS
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: DISTENTION, BLADDER
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: DYSURIA from MedicineNet:  Dysuria: Painful or
difficult urination. This includes burning on urination. Dysuria is most commonly due to bacterial infection of the urinary tract causing inflammation of the bladder (cystitis) or kidney (pyelonephritis).  There are many other causes of dysuria including irritation from chemicals.
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER: INFECTION, URINARY TRACT
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER  NOCTURIA  from MedLine: urination at night especially when excessive -- called also nycturia
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER  OLIGURIA from MedLine: reduced excretion of urine
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER  POLLAKIURIA  from MedLine: abnormally frequent urination
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER  STRANGURIA  from MedLine:  [no such word] One entry found for strangury  Main Entry: stran·gu·ry: Inflected Form(s): plural -ries : a slow and painful discharge of urine drop by drop produced by spasmodic muscular contraction of the urethra and bladder
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER  TENESMUS, URINARY  from MedLine: a distressing but ineffectual urge to evacuate the rectum or urinary bladder
URINARY TRACT/BLADDER  UREMIA from MedLine: 1 : accumulation in the blood of constituents normally eliminated in the urine that produces a severe toxic condition and usually occurs in severe kidney disease  2 : the toxic bodily condition associated with uremia
URINATION
URINATION ABN
URINE: ACID URINE
URINE: ALKALINE URINE
URINE: URINE ABN
URINE: ABN COLOR, URINE
URINE: ABN ODOR, URINE
URINE: BILIRUBIN, URINE
URINE: CASTS, URINE
URINE: CALCULI, URINE
URINE: CLOUDY URINE
URINE:
CORT/CREAT HI, URINE
URINE: CRYSTALS, URINE
URINE: GLUCOSE, URINE
URINE: HEMOGLOBIN, URINE
URINE: INCONTINENCE, URINARY
URINE: K HI, URINE
URINE:
KETONES, URINE
URINE: MICROORANISMS, URINE
URINE: MICROORGANISMS, URINE
URINE: MYOGLOBIN, URINE
URINE:
ODOR, URINE
URINE: P HI, URINE
URINE: PROTEIN, URINE
URINE: SEDIMENT, URINE
URINE: SPEC GRAVITY HI, URINE
URINE: SPEC GRAVITY LO, URINE
URINE: URIC ACID HI, BLD
URINE: UROBILINOGEN HI, URINE
URINE: WBC, URINE
US ABN
VAGINITIS  from MedLine: inflammation (as from bacterial or fungal infection, allergic reaction, or hormone deficiency) of the vagina that may be marked by irritation and vaginal discharge
VASCULITIS  from MedLine: inflammation of a blood or lymph vessel -- called also angiitis  see also: Necrotizing Vasculitis: an inflammatory condition of the blood vessels characterized by necrosis of vascular tissue -- called also necrotizing angiitis, systemic necrotizing vasculitis ; see also: systemic necrotizing vasulitis: an inflammatory condition of the blood vessels characterized by necrosis of vascular tissue -- called also necrotizing angiitis, systemic necrotizing vasculitis
VESICLE(S)/BULLAE, MOU
VESICLE(S)/BULLAE, SKI  from MedLine: Vesicle(s) 1 a : a membranous and usually fluid-filled pouch (as a cyst, vacuole, or cell) in a plant or animal b :
SYNAPTIC VESICLE 2 : a small abnormal elevation of the outer layer of skin enclosing a watery liquid : BLISTER  3 : a pocket of embryonic tissue that is the beginning of an organ -- see BRAIN VESICLE, OPTIC VESICLE - Bullae: 1 : a hollow thin-walled rounded bony prominence  2 : a large vesicle or blister
VESTIBILAR DISORDER from MedLine: of or relating to the vestibule of the inner ear, the vestibular apparatus, the vestibular nerve, or the labyrinthine sense (see dizziness, balance disorder)
VOICE DISORDER
VOLVULUS  from MedLine: a twisting of the intestine upon itself that causes obstruction
VOMITING, UNPRODUCTIVE
WEIGHT INCREASE
XEROSTOMIA  from MedLine: abnormal dryness of the mouth due to insufficient secretions -- called also dry mouth 
 
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