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etiologies, including blunt force and penetrating traumas, retroperitoneal abscess, and hematoma. Surgical procedures in humans with the reported complication of lumbar hernia include flank surgeries (nephrectomy and aortic aneurism repair) and iliac bone

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complications of lung biopsy, pulmonary hemorrhage induced by strenuous exercise, traumatic injury (fractured rib), pulmonary infarction, lung lobe torsion, laceration of the heart, laceration or rupture of great vessels, rupture of a pulmonary abscess, aneurysm

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findings, with other possible differential diagnoses of right atrial mass, pulmonary artery aneurysm, tracheobronchial lymphadenopathy, or left cranial pulmonary mass directly abutting the cardiac silhouette. An echocardiogram was obtained to further

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. It is plausible that a preexisting angiopathy or aneurism not discovered during necropsy might have been present. In horse 4, it was unclear whether the abnormal esophageal vasculature played a role in development of hemothorax. Activation of

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typically used with sharp kernel, which also generates noise artifact. However, in human medicine, investigators have used sharp kernel to reconstruct CTA images to measure the sizes of intracranial aneurysms, vertebral arteries, lower extremity arteries

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; compression from aortic aneurysms, 21,22 infectious mediastinitis, 17 idio-pathic pericarditis, 15 and pericardial calcification 23 ; in-traluminal conditions such as neoplasia, 11,24 systemic vasculitides, 12,25 pulmonary thromboembolic disease, 26 and

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aortic root, rupture of the aortic sinus, dissecting aneurysms, varicose veins, capillary fragility, problematic bruising, abnormal retinal blood vessels, and rupture of medium-sized arteries have also been reported in human patients with various subtypes

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evaluation of cerebrovascular diseases such as aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations. 2,3 Conventional MRI scanners such as those with 1.5- and 3.0-T magnets are now readily available for use as a diagnostic tool in human neurology. However, at present

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vascular lesions of the spinal cord includes neoplasms (hemangioblastomas and cavernous malformations), aneurysms, and arteriovenous lesions (arteriovenous fistulae and arteriovenous malformations). 20 In dogs, hemangioblastoma, cavernous malformations

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than for any other procedure, which is similar to results for human medicine. In human patients, vascular procedures (eg, creation of a transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt, embolization of aneurysms, and correction of arteriovenous

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