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Laboratory Findings Thin smears were prepared from the rectal scrapings obtained during digital rectal examination and stained with a modified Romanowsky-type stain (Diff-Quik) for cytologic examination. The slides were moderately cellular and contained

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.2 mg/kg, IV) to facilitate further examination. Digital rectal examination revealed a symmetrically enlarged prostate. The dog's scrotum contained a large firm hematoma, and the prescrotal incision was healing well. No peripheral lymphadenopathy was

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condition score of 2 of 5. Excessive lateral and dorsal perivulvar skin folds were noticed. The urethra had a clinically normal appearance, and clinically normal rectal tone was detected during digital rectal examination. Results of hematologic analyses were

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neutrophils; plasma creatinine concentration; electrolyte and acid-base changes; and IgG concentration. Findings from ancillary diagnostic tests including digital rectal examination, abdominocentesis and peritoneal fluid analysis, fecal evaluation including

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(including results of digital rectal examination); results of CBCs, serum biochemical analyses, and urinalysis; and results of diagnostic imaging, including thoracic and abdominal radiography and abdominal ultrasonography. Pertinent details were retrieved

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abrasions on the distal third of the tail, which was wet with saliva. No signs of pain were elicited on firm palpation and manipulation of the tail. There were no deficits identified on neurologic examination. A digital rectal examination was performed to

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debris in the right ear, and periodontal disease. Digital rectal examination findings were unremarkable. A digital vaginal examination was not performed because of the patient's small size. Results of a CBC, serum biochemical analysis, and serum total

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range. Mucous membranes were pale with a capillary refill time of 2 seconds. Digital rectal examination revealed a nonpainful, slightly enlarged, and asymmetrical prostate and soft-formed, reddish-colored feces. Subcutaneous bruising was observed in the

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rectal examination, a firm, slightly prominent, symmetric prostate was palpated with no signs of pain. Results of hematologic analysis were unremarkable. Serum biochemical analysis revealed increased urea concentration at 19.1 mmol/L (reference range, 2

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observed. Six other dogs in the household were not affected. Clinical and Gross Findings On physical examination, digital rectal examination revealed a firm, circumferential mass along the rectum and extending approximately 3 cm cranially from the

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