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. The ultrasonographic diagnosis was an enterocolic intussusception without evidence of foreign material. The jejunal lymphadenopathy and scant peritoneal effusion was thought to be either reactive or normal for a juvenile dog. Figure 3 A

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effacement of the spleen and liver ( Figure 2 ) . There was faint wispy mineral-opaque material within the ventral midabdomen that was not definitively within a loop of intestine. The radiographic conclusion was peritoneal effusion. The mineral noted on

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radiolucency on the ulnar carpal bone. The yearling had been sound (ie, had no signs of lameness) during controlled exercise for sale preparation. On palpation, mild effusion in the left antebrachiocarpal joint was detected. Findings on palpation of the

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by emaciation, species variation, neoplastic effusion, modified transudate, exudate, hemorrhage, or, less likely, pure transudate. In the coelomic cavity approximately midway between the nose and the vent, there was a small amount of faint, stippled

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abomasal ulceration, pneumoperitoneum, peritoneal effusion, left abomasal and omasal displacement, and a left-sided abomasal-subcutaneous fistula with cellulitis. The foreign body within the rumen was suspected to be a trichobezoar on the basis of its

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/pericardial effusions were not observed. There was a continuous, retrograde turbulent flow within the main pulmonary artery. This appeared to consist of 2 divergent jets emanating from a common source. One jet was directed toward the pulmonic valve at 2.74 m/s (systole

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