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accessory ligament of the deep digital flexor tendon and the deep digital flexor tendon. Differential diagnoses for carpal sheath effusion include osteochondroma of the distal portion of the radius and associated flexor tendonitis, accessory carpal bone

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organs are apparent in the abdomen. Diskospondylitis and pneumoperitoneum with peritoneal effusion were diagnosed on the basis of diagnostic imaging results. Figure 3— Transverse computed tomography myelogram at the level of T12 in the dog in

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normal appearance of the cranial cruciate ligament, menisci, and collateral ligaments on ultrasound examination of the right stifle joint. Stifle joint effusion was not identified on ultrasound. Figure 4 Same images as Figure 2 . There is rupture

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localization, characterization, and information on the extension of disease. 5 Magnetic resonance imaging affords differentiation of abscesses from most sterile effusions and hematomas. Consistent with the imaging findings in this dog, collections of purulent

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flexor tendon sheath effusion, varus of the metacarpophalangeal joints, and coronary band swelling were detected. Additionally, the horse had small forefeet for its size and bilateral over-at-the-knees conformation. Hoof-tester application across the frog

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1 at a trot in a straight line and while circling to the left and right. Upper limb flexion of the right hind limb exacerbated the lameness. Moderate tarsocrural joint effusion was noted. The referring veterinarian previously had observed a 50

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on palpation of the craniomedial portion of the right shoulder joint, but no joint effusion was noted. The patient had a history of hip dysplasia and tarsal osteoarthritis. Orthogonal radiographic views of the right shoulder joint were obtained

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diagnoses commonly considered for radiographic signs of increased soft tissue opacity and poor serosal detail in the retroperitoneal space include severe effusion, hemorrhage, urine leakage, inflammation, abscess formation, and primary or metastatic

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iliac arteries that also extended 1 to 2 cm into and partially occluded the internal and external iliac arteries bilaterally. Additionally, severe fibrinonecrotic bronchopneumonia and moderate serous abdominal effusion were noted. The calf was tested for

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exclude a diagnosis of lymphoma. 10 Other diagnostic tests, even minimally invasive techniques such as arthrocentesis, should also be performed and can yield substantial findings in humans with joint effusion. 7,9,10 Interestingly, the dog reported here

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