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contained echogenic effusion and gas. The cardiac structures were unremarkable, but the tracheobronchial lymph nodes appeared enlarged. Treatment and Outcome Recommendations for further evaluation included thoracic CT or surgical exploration. Given

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exudate, chyle, modified transudate, neoplastic effusion, and transudate. Thoracic radiography was performed ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1 Left lateral (A) and ventrodorsal (B) thoracic radiographic images of an 11-year-old 3.5-kg (7.7-lb) spayed female

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. Necropsy revealed a 720° mesenteric volvulus originating from the root of the mesentery, causing necrosis of the length of the small intestine and a small amount of peritoneal effusion. An intestinal foreign object was not observed. The mass-like structure

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Mycobacterium avium ); neoplasia, hepatic lipidosis, coelomic effusion, fat atrophy, or coelomic mass; and enteritis or intestinal obstruction ( Figure 2 ). Figure 2— Same radiographic images as in Figure 1 . On the lateral image (A), there is severe ill

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resulted from leakage of purulent material from the abscess because pleural effusion was not detected during radiography or ultrasonography before the fine-needle aspirate was obtained. 1 Stowater JL Lamb CR . Ultrasonography of noncardiac

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History A 17-year-old Morgan gelding was evaluated for lameness of the right hind limb of 4 months' duration. A substantial amount of effusion was detected in the right medial femorotibial joint, and lameness of the right hind limb with

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. Mild effusion was noticed in the radiocarpal and intermediate carpal joints. Results of a CBC and serum biochemical analyses, as well as the cell counts and protein concentrations in fluid obtained from both joints by arthrocentesis, were within

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megaesophagus, gastroesophageal intussusception (GEI), and bacterial pneumonia, likely caused by aspiration. Decreased serosal margin detail is consistent with lack of intra-abdominal fat in this young animal. Abdominal effusion could not be ruled out

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History A 7-year-old warmblood mare that was used for show jumping underwent a prepurchase examination. Slight effusion of the tarsal and metatarsophalangeal joints was found during physical examination; no other abnormalities were detected

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.5 hours after injury, substantial amounts of pitting edema with sensitivity to palpation developed along the dorsal aspect of the stifle joint, proximal aspect of the patella, and distal portion of the quadriceps muscles. Joint effusion was difficult to

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