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likely differential diagnosis was neoplasia with a secondary pathological fracture. Another differential diagnosis, but less likely, was osteomyelitis. Treatment and Outcome Aseptic arthrocentesis of the right shoulder joint was performed, and

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seen. In addition, a fractured root remnant of P3 is evident. These findings are indicative of tooth root abscesses of P3 and P4 and regional osteomyelitis. Figure 2— Same radiographic images as in Figure 1 . Notice the large osteolytic lesion

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associated with focal lysis of the lateral aspect of the patella. Differential diagnoses for the focal lysis include osteomyelitis, bone cyst, bone neoplasia, or a chronically healing fracture. Treatment and Outcome Because of the aggressive

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debridement site. The final radiographic diagnosis was osteomyelitis and periostitis of the right third through eighth ribs. Neoplasia with rib invasion could not be ruled out on the basis of these findings alone but was less likely, given that multiple ribs

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Actinomyces cardiffensis . Histopathologic Findings Tissue samples, including a specimen of the right mandibular bone lesion, were collected for histologic examination. A preliminary diagnosis of pyogranulomatous filamentous bacterial osteomyelitis was

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. Spondylosis is present at the lumbosacral junction. The mass appears to be interfering with the right hip joint ( Figure 2 ). On the basis of the radiographic findings, differential diagnoses for the mass include benign or malignant neoplasia and osteomyelitis

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History An 11-year-old castrated male domestic longhair cat was evaluated for metastatic disease. The cat was being treated for osteomyelitis of the left side of the mandible, and a proliferative sublingual mass had been detected during

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osteomyelitis, bacterial osteomyelitis, metastatic carcinoma, lymphoma, and foreign body reaction. Figure 2— Same radiographic views as in Figure 1 . Notice a focal expansile lesion and severe osteolysis of the fourth metacarpal bone (arrow). Periosteal

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instructions included continuing to feed a pelleted diet and dental care in 10 to 12 weeks. In the horse of the present report, the tooth root infection resulted in extensive alveolar osteomyelitis, likely predisposing the left maxilla to fracture. 1 The

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dogs. Two dogs did not have radiographs performed. Twenty-two of 32 dogs had radiographic evidence of osteomyelitis, including periosteal proliferation, osteolysis, implant loosening/failure, and soft tissue swelling, and 10 dogs had no radiographic

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