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from Figure 1 — then turn the page → Diagnostic Imaging Findings and Interpretation In both the left and right pleural spaces, there is effusion, resulting in retraction of the lung borders from the thoracic wall and pleural fissure lines. In

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effusion. The whereabouts of the dog were unknown for 3 days prior to the onset of clinical signs. Treatment by the referring veterinarian had consisted of furosemide administration and repeated thoracocentesis. At the time of admission, the dog was quiet

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within reference range. Abdominocentesis revealed a serosanguineous effusion without evidence of infectious agents or foreign material. Abdominal CT was performed ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1— Transverse (A) and dorsal (B) CT images (soft tissue algorithm

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required, or make your diagnosis from Figure 1 —then turn the page Radiographic Findings and Interpretation Severe, unilateral, right-sided pleural effusion with minimal contralateral shifting of the mediastinum and a homogeneous soft tissue

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dorsoventral view in the caudal portion of the coelom consistent with noncalcified ova or ovarian follicles. The remainder of the caudal portion of the coelom is of poor detail, particularly on the lateral view, which is suggestive of intracoelomic effusion

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. The abdomen lacked serosal detail, consistent with abdominal effusion. The liver extended beyond the costal arch and had rounded margins caudoventrally. The gastric axis was displaced caudally. Our prioritized differential diagnosis was partial

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History A 4-year-old 10-kg (22-lb) spayed female French Bulldog was referred because of pleural effusion and aspiration pneumonia following treatment (induction of emesis and oral administration of activated charcoal) of an accidental overdose

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with hoof testers to the medial aspect of the frog. There was palpable effusion of the dorsal pouch of the distal interphalangeal joint (coffin joint), and the distal aspect of the forelimb to the level of the metacarpophalangeal joint (fetlock joint

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Figure 1 —then turn the page → Radiographic Findings and Interpretation The cardiac silhouette is large and globoid, consistent with pericardial effusion ( Figure 2 ). On the lateral view, the trachea is narrowed dorsoventrally, with a tracheal

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diagnoses for the wide cranial mediastinum included cranial mediastinal lymphadenopathy, thymic mass, or abundant fat accumulation. The differential diagnoses for the wide pleural fissure included pleural effusion or a thickened pleura secondary to age or

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