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/L). Arthrocentesis of the dorsal pouch of the left metacarpophalangeal joint yielded fluid that was light yellow and moderately cloudy; the fluid had decreased viscosity, compared with that of normal synovial fluid. Figure 1 Photograph of the medial aspect of

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(1; SRMA and immune-mediated polyarthritis [on the basis of arthrocentesis] were both diagnosed in this dog); or pyrexia only (1). All 8 dogs with a TNCC within the reference interval in the CSF sample from 1 collection site had neutrophilic

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abnormalities of the thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and both stifle joints were detected via radiography. Cytologic examination of samples obtained via arthrocentesis of multiple joints revealed neutrophilic arthritis consistent with an immune-mediated polyarthropathy

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lameness. Notice the monostotic destructive and expansile changes in the left ACB with periosteal new bone formation. Arthrocentesis of the left antebrachiocarpal joint yielded a very small volume of synovial fluid for cytologic evaluation. The dog

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dog, and 13 spayed female dogs. There were 21 breeds represented. The diagnosis of IMPA was determined by cytologic analysis of synovial fluid collected via arthrocentesis. Aseptic neutrophilic inflammation or mixed inflammation in the affected joint

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the ultrasound distal to the coronary band. In addition, ultrasound was used to assess whether there was any gas or air present in the distal interphalangeal joint as well as the cellularity of the joint fluid. An arthrocentesis of the distal

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clientowned dogs. Samples of SF were obtained by percutaneous arthrocentesis from 24 stifle joints of the 16 clinically normal control dogs immediately after they were euthanatized by administration of a combination product a that contained embutramide (200

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to 10 mL) was collected aseptically by arthrocentesis, and the joint was then distended with lactated Ringer solution to perform the arthroscopic procedure. Osteochondral fragments were identified, separated with an elevator, and grasped and removed

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aseptically performed arthrocentesis, and samples were stored at −80°C until proteomic analysis. During surgery, stifle joints were evaluated and lavaged, and a stabilization procedure was performed for treatment of CCL disease. Eight to 12 weeks after

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, Ehrlichia spp, and Anaplasma spp was performed for 3 dogs, and negative results were recorded for all 3 dogs. Pre- and postprandial bile acid concentrations were measured for 1 dog, and results were within reference limits. Arthrocentesis and lymph node

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