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Review article | International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Agricultural Research 2019, Vol. 3(3) 543-549

Hypothetical Radiological Findings in Dogs and Cats Suffering from Insomnia

Avni Robaj & Emilian Shabani

pp. 543 - 549   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijiaar.2019.206.18   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1810-14-0002

Published online: September 30, 2019  |   Number of Views: 12  |  Number of Download: 31


Abstract

Sleep is a vital body function, regulating several biological phenomena. Deprivation studies are one of the ways used to examine the physiological functions and the regulation of the sleep. Sleep deprivation is a stressor, and its’ effects depend on an individual’s prior sleep deficit and distribution during the day. Sleep deprivation can be partial, total, acute, or chronic or specifically focused on one of the sleep phases. Sleep deprivation affects a large spectrum of vital systems such as thermoregulation, energy and mineral balance, and immunofunction. Based on the fact that sleep is a very important process for the normal development of many metabolic pathways, it is logical to think that insomnia has serious organism consequences. Functional irregularities of different organs are always reflected in structural changes that can be identified with imaging techniques. Imaging methods can also help identify problems of animals insomnia.

Keywords: Radiology, diagnosis, insomnia, sleep, biology.


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Robaj, A. & Shabani, E. (2019). Hypothetical Radiological Findings in Dogs and Cats Suffering from Insomnia . International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Agricultural Research, 3(3), 543-549. doi: 10.29329/ijiaar.2019.206.18

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Robaj, A. and Shabani, E. (2019). Hypothetical Radiological Findings in Dogs and Cats Suffering from Insomnia . International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Agricultural Research, 3(3), pp. 543-549.

Chicago 16th edition
Robaj, Avni and Emilian Shabani (2019). "Hypothetical Radiological Findings in Dogs and Cats Suffering from Insomnia ". International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Agricultural Research 3 (3):543-549. doi:10.29329/ijiaar.2019.206.18.

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