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It is sometimes difficult to assess the relevance of polyarteritis with treatment-related lesions in dog toxicity studies, as number of dogs used in a toxicity study is small and the lesions are similar to those seen in spontaneous diseases. This report is intended to establish a general profile of idiopathic canine polyarteritis in beagle dogs. Data from a total of 40 dog studies including 4-, 13-or 52weeks studies conducted between 1990 and 2003 at Huntingdon Life Sciences, UK, were collecteddoi:10.4142/jvs.2004.5.2.147 fatcat:6mjmmfdvlfephedlmkxkhwxba4