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probe placement was used to overcome the distal shadowing artifact caused by the caudal portion of the right lung ( Figure 8 ). The gallbladder was separated from the liver and located ventrolateral to the pylorus, pancreas, and spleen. It appeared oval

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7 cm in length and located between the spleen and left kidney. No other abnormalities were identified. A second port was created just cranial to the bladder with visual laparoscopic guidance and a second 6-mm blunt-tipped cannula with multifunction

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bronchus. 4 = Esophagus. 5 = Stomach. 6 = Right atrium. 7 = Left atrium. 8 = Transverse section of large vessels of cardiac base. 9 = Ventricle. 10 = Right hepatic vein. 11 = Spleen. 12 = Large intestine. 13 = Postcava vein. 14 = Gallbladder. 15 = Left

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splenectomy (n = 2), liver lobectomy (2), and abdominal exploratory with collection of specimens (10). Neoplasia was the cause of hemoperitoneum in 46% (30/65) of cats. Of these 30 cats, 18 cats had hemangiosarcoma including a tumor in the spleen (n = 9

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interactions between rickettsial-infected cells and cells in the spleen were present. Despite the high likelihood that cattle in Europe and western North America could be infected with both A marginale and A phagocytophilum , little is known about how

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ASFV-negative spleen samples. From the NCVD, a total of 150 samples were provided, including 37 predetermined ASFV-positive and 23 ASFV-negative tissue homogenate (mostly lymph nodes) samples, 31 predetermined ASFV-positive and 29 ASFV-negative serum

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concentration were calculated by the instrument. Differential cell counts were performed manually on Wright-stained blood smears. During necropsy, swab specimens of the liver, spleen, lungs, and mesenteric lymph nodes were obtained by use of a sterile

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discomfort. Results of abdominal ultrasonography were consistent with multifocal splenic infarcts and splenic vein thrombosis. Between a third and a half of the spleen was affected, and concerns about possible splenic necrosis prompted the decision to perform

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inciting cause. Samples of joint fluid, the spleen, and the lungs from the necropsied cow yielded positive results when tested for Mycoplasma spp by use of an established PCR protocol ( Figure 2 ). 1 The PCR assay was performed on tissue extracts

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cytoplasmic maturation. Evaluation of fine-needle aspirates of the spleen revealed many rubricytes that had morphology that was similar to the rubricytes seen in the aspirates of the liver. Interpretation of these findings suggested that the cat most likely

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