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Basenji Health Survey
General Health Survey

Basenji Health Survey
  Basenji Health Issues
    Has the DNA test for Fanconi been performed for this dog?
        Y: 212 (75.2%)
        N: 70 (24.8%)
    Has this dog been strip-tested for the presence of glucose in the urine?
        Y: 176 (60.1%)
        N: 117 (39.9%)
    Has this dog been diagnosed with Fanconi Syndrome?
        N: 284 (96.3%)
        Y: 11 (3.7%)
    Has this dog lost significant weight or look malnourished despite a voracious appetite?
        N: 285 (97.3%)
        Y: 8 (2.7%)
    Does this dog have frequent, voluminous, yellow to gray cow pie stools?
        N: 288 (98.6%)
        Y: 4 (1.4%)
    Has this dog had a CERF eye exam by a canine ophthalmologist?
        Y: 195 (66.1%)
        N: 100 (33.9%)
    Has this dog become more reluctant to go outdoors at night?
        N: 285 (97.6%)
        Y: 7 (2.4%)
    Does this dog run into obstacles in low light conditions?
        N: 292 (99.3%)
        Y: 2 (0.7%)
    Does this dog have cataracts?
        N: 289 (97.6%)
        Y: 7 (2.4%)
  Fanconi Syndrome followups
    What was the result of the DNA test?
        NORMAL: 118 (56.5%)
        CARRIER: 66 (31.6%)
        AFFECTED: 16 (7.7%)
        INDETERMINATE: 9 (4.3%)
    When was your last glucose strip test?
        LESS THAN 3 MONTHS: 59 (34.9%)
        3 TO 6 MONTHS AGO: 34 (20.1%)
        1 TO 2 YEARS AGO: 30 (17.8%)
        6 MONTHS TO 1 YEAR AGO: 23 (13.6%)
        >2YRS: 23 (13.6%)
    At what age was glucose in the urine first detected? [Years]
        6: 12 (24.5%)
        4: 9 (18.4%)
        5: 7 (14.3%)
        3: 7 (14.3%)
        7: 5 (10.2%)
        1: 5 (10.2%)
        8: 2 (4.1%)
        9: 1 (2%)
        12: 1 (2%)
    Is this dog being treated for Fanconi Syndrome?
        YES, USING THE GONTO PROTOCOL.: 38 (79.2%)
        NO TREATMENT AT PRESENT.: 10 (20.8%)
        YES, BY ANOTHER TREATMENT REGIME.: 4 (8.3%)
    When was your last negative glucose strip test?
        3 TO 6 MONTHS AGO: 1 (100%)
  EPI and IPSID/Intestinal followups
    Has your dog been diagnosed with Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI)?
        Y: 3 (75%)
        N: 1 (25%)
    Has your dog been diagnosed with Immunoproliferative small intestinal disease (IPSID)?
        N: 3 (75%)
        Y: 1 (25%)
    Has your dog been diagnosed with any of the following?
        INFLAMMATORY BOWEL SYNDROME: 1 (100%)
        IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME: 1 (100%)
  EPI specific questions
    What were the TLI numbers? [value]
        1-2: 2 (100%)
    Is this dog being treated for TLI?
        Y: 2 (100%)
    If being treated, how is your dog responding?
        10 EXCELLENT: 2 (66.7%)
        9: 1 (33.3%)
  IPSID specific questions
    Has an intestinal biopsy been done?
        N: 1 (100%)
    If an intestinal biopsy was done, did it confirm IPSID?
        N: 1 (100%)
    Is this dog being treated for the condition?
        N: 1 (100%)
  CERF/eye followups
    Was this dog diagnosed with PRA or PRA suspicious?
        N: 191 (97.9%)
        Y: 4 (2.1%)
    Did the veterinarian identify any of the following unusual pigmentations or sheens?
        HYPER-REFLECTIVE: 4 (44.4%)
        BRONZING: 3 (33.3%)
        RETINAL HYPER-REFLECTIVITY OR PLAIN HYPER-REFLECTIVITY: 1 (11.1%)
        RETINAL HYPER PIGMENTATION: 1 (11.1%)
    If unusual pigmentation/sheen, has this changed over subsequent CERF exams?
        N: 68 (98.6%)
        Y: 1 (1.4%)
  PRA specific followups
    If PRA was diagnosed, at what age was it first observed as PRA or as PRA suspicious?
        4: 2 (66.7%)
        10: 1 (33.3%)
    Has this dog been DNA tested for PRA?
        N: 5 (62.5%)
        Y: 3 (37.5%)

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