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microbiologic culture of synovial fluid, if arthrocentesis was performed. Septic synovitis was defined as a foal with joint effusion and lameness in which synovial fluid had a nucleated cell count ≥ 30,000 cells/μL, had a total protein concentration > 3 g

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, radiographic, and computed tomographic evaluation, arthrocentesis of the TMJ is commonly performed in humans to evaluate the joint environment, to assist in reaching a diagnosis, and for use as a treatment modality. 9 There have been several studies 10–13 in

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involvement of a proximal sesamoid bone and the other horse with involvement of the sustentaculum tali). Arthrocentesis or tenocentesis was performed in 19 of the 23 horses; synovial fluid WBC counts were determined in all 19 of those horses, and total

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affected with septic arthritis developed degenerative joint disease. The diagnosis of septic arthritis in foals is often straightforward because most foals develop joint effusion that is easily palpable and lameness. Arthrocentesis typically reveals a

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as deep. The 2 deep wounds that were not treated with systemic antimicrobials both had at least one arthrocentesis performed (1 horse with DIPJ, PIPJ, and DDFTS and 1 DDFTS), but no synovial structures were found to communicate with the wound. Both

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and 0.93 for the right tibia. Arthrocentesis was performed under aseptic conditions, and 5 mL of effusion was collected. Cytologic analysis of the fluid revealed low cellularity with a predominant population of mononuclear cells, consistent with a

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of a routine approach to arthrocentesis. In some instances, joints could not be accessed because of the severity of disease. After 20 minutes, the lameness and force-plate examinations were repeated. Contrast arthrographic evaluation and joint

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receiving any medications for OA other than carprofen; were receiving corticosteroids; had undergone arthrocentesis during the 30 days prior to the start of the study; had received an intra-articular injection of any material into any joint during the 90

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JL . Evaluation of arthrocentesis site bacterial flora before and after 4 methods of preparation in horses with and without evidence of skin contamination . Vet Surg . 2004 ; 33 ( 5 ): 525 – 530 . doi: 10.1111/j.1532-950X.2004.04074.x 19

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