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potential cause of this lesion. The smaller masses in the nasal passages could not be identified on the radiographic views. Thoracic radiography and a transtracheal wash were performed to rule out pulmonary mycotic infection. No abnormalities were detected

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and Streptococcus spp in dogs. 3,9,10 Although some believe that isolating Mycoplasma spp from BALF or transtracheal wash fluid signifies disease, 8 the abundance of Mycoplasma spp in the mouth raises the question of whether oral bacterial

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. Pneumomediastinum is the presence of free gas within the mediastinal space and can be caused by penetrating neck wounds, esophageal or tracheal rupture or tear, or venipuncture or can be seen as a sequela of transtracheal wash. 15 In dogs, the mediastinum is

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a right-sided, focal area of mild consolidation in the cranioventral aspect and pleural roughening, suggestive of pneumonia. A transtracheal wash was performed; however, examination of the recovered fluid revealed no active inflammation, and

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(eg, large left atrium and evidence of severe cardiac disease; pulmonary artery blood pressure was estimated when possible) and response to diuretics. Cats with D-NCC underwent additional diagnostic procedures as necessary (transtracheal wash

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negatively affected BRSV replication and detection. Additionally, results from previous studies 38 , 39 demonstrated a reduced probability of detecting BRSV by RT-PCR in nasal secretions of calves with BRD compared with transtracheal wash or bronchoalveolar

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in dogs and cats: laryngoscopy, transtracheal wash, tracheobronchoscopy, and bronchoalveolar lavage . Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 2009 ; 39 : 869 – 880 . 10.1016/j.cvsm.2009.05.001 15. English K Cowell RL Tyler RD , et al

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culture of aqueous humor, skin lesions, transtracheal wash fluid, or tissue obtained via craniotomy. Four additional cats were confirmed positive for blastomycosis by means of antemortem histologic examination. Eleven cats underwent necropsy, and

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included foals with non– Rhodococcus equi pneumonia that was confirmed via lack of characteristic radiographic changes associated with R equi pneumonia, isolation of other pathogens (mostly streptococci) from transtracheal wash samples, or both. Group 4

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initial evaluation. Scar tissue was detected in the nasal cavity and resected. A large amount of mucopurulent material was present in the nasal cavity and frontal sinuses. A transtracheal wash was performed, and cytologic examination of wash specimens

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