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A7-year-old spayed female Labrador Retriever was evaluated at the OVC-VTH because of pericardial effusion. The dog had a history of decreased appetite and exercise intolerance of 3 days' duration. Immediately prior to examination by the referring

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Additionally, approximately half of the cats in that study 6 had radiographic evidence of a focal loss of peritoneal detail consistent with abdominal effusion. Similarly, in a prospective study 10 evaluating DC in 15 cats that did not undergo UC, 8 cats had

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crackles in the cranioventral lung fields. Focused thoracic ultrasonography revealed mild to moderate pleural effusion. Results of a CBC and serum biochemical analyses, including measurement of total thyroxine concentration, were within reference limits

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Horses with OCD of the IRT often have clinical signs of inflammation of the TCJ. 1–13 Many affected horses may have joint effusion, lameness, or both, whereas others have no clinical signs. Clinical observations provide a subjective assessment of

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to date on routine vaccinations and heartworm preventative. Thoracocentesis was performed, and results of pleural fluid analysis confirmed a chylous effusion, with a PCV < 1%, total protein concentration of 3.8 g/dL, and total nucleated cell count of

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