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Determination of the cause of selected canine urolith formation by advanced analytical methods

Originální název

Determination of the cause of selected canine urolith formation by advanced analytical methods

Anglický název

Determination of the cause of selected canine urolith formation by advanced analytical methods

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Originální abstrakt

The goal of this study was to determine the cause of selected canine urolith formation using less conventional but more advanced analytical methods. A routine laboratory specialising in urinary calculi analysis noticed a special type of core zone in some canine uroliths, which was typically made up of cylindrical holes. Of 4028 canine samples analysed, non-absorbable suture material was detected in 9 (0.22%) cases. A hollow cylindrical central area was found in a further 13 (0.32%) samples. X-ray microtomography was utilised in order to reveal the channel structure inside this urolith sample. Matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionisation – time of flight mass spectrometry was used in order to assess the cause of this urinary stone formation. Results of this study confirm the causative role of absorbable suture material in the pathogenesis of hollow channel structures in some canine compound uroliths.

Anglický abstrakt

The goal of this study was to determine the cause of selected canine urolith formation using less conventional but more advanced analytical methods. A routine laboratory specialising in urinary calculi analysis noticed a special type of core zone in some canine uroliths, which was typically made up of cylindrical holes. Of 4028 canine samples analysed, non-absorbable suture material was detected in 9 (0.22%) cases. A hollow cylindrical central area was found in a further 13 (0.32%) samples. X-ray microtomography was utilised in order to reveal the channel structure inside this urolith sample. Matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionisation – time of flight mass spectrometry was used in order to assess the cause of this urinary stone formation. Results of this study confirm the causative role of absorbable suture material in the pathogenesis of hollow channel structures in some canine compound uroliths.

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@article{BUT94318,
  author="Jozef {Kaiser} and Kateřina {Štěpánková} and Tamara {Kořistková} and Ondrej {Šedo} and Gennadyi {Melnyk} and Martin {Hartl} and David {Paloušek} and Jaroslav {Kučera}",
  title="Determination of the cause of selected canine urolith formation by advanced analytical methods",
  annote="The goal of this study was to determine the cause of selected canine urolith formation using less conventional but more advanced analytical methods. A routine laboratory specialising in urinary calculi analysis noticed a special type of core zone in some canine uroliths, which was typically made up of cylindrical holes. Of 4028 canine samples analysed, non-absorbable suture material was detected in 9 (0.22%) cases. A hollow cylindrical central area was found in a further 13 (0.32%) samples. X-ray microtomography was utilised in order to reveal the channel structure inside this urolith sample. Matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionisation – time of flight mass spectrometry was used in order to assess the cause of this urinary stone formation. Results of this study confirm the causative role of absorbable suture material in the pathogenesis of hollow channel structures in some canine compound uroliths.",
  chapter="94318",
  doi="10.1111/j.1748-5827.2012.01292.x",
  number="53",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="october",
  pages="646--651",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}