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pleural effusion containing macrophages and nondegenerate neutrophils, 3,5,6 the authors are unaware of any studies conducted to characterize the cellular component of pleural effusion that is attributable solely to the presence of a TT. This lack of data

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A 7-year-old castrated male Labrador Retriever (dog 1) was referred to the Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine because of chylous pleural effusion. The dog had a history of third-degree AV block for which a permanent

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the same projection. Cardiac long axis and short axis measurements were summed to yield the VHS in each view (RL-VHS and VD-VHS). Presence of abnormal lung patterns (interstitial, bronchial, vascular, and alveolar) and presence of pleural effusion were

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with clinical signs compatible with nonseptic or nonneoplastic pericardial effusion were excluded from the study. The final diagnosis of cardiac lymphoma was made on the basis of cytologic analysis of the pericardial fluid (obtained by

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transabdominal ultrasonography. b This revealed microhepatica, dilated intrahepatic and mesenteric vasculature, an estimated large volume of peritoneal effusion, and aberrant vessels (most evident caudal to the left kidney). Splenomegaly and a scant amount of

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effusion (6). All 26 cats had postobstructive diuresis with a median maximum urine output of 7.75 mL/kg/h (3.5 mL/lb/h; range, 3 to 36.5 mL/kg/h [1.4 to 16.6 mL/lb/h]). All 26 cats were anemic at some time after surgery (median PCV, 16%; range, 13% to 28

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) and a heart rate of approximately 200 beats/minute (reference range, 150 to 300 beats/min 3 ). The coelomic cavity was distended and soft on palpation, and coelomic effusion was suspected. In addition, the parrot had pale mucous membranes, and melena

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/μL), and thrombocytopenia (133×10 3 platelets/μL; RR, 151×10 3 to 600×10 3 platelets/μL). Abdominal effusion was suspected on the basis of physical examination findings, and abdominal fluid creatinine and potassium concentrations were consistent with

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on clinical signs and disease-associated variables, compared with effects of control treatments, in experimentally induced osteoarthritis by evaluation of clinical (joint lameness, range of motion, response to flexion, and synovial effusion

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abdominal serosal detail consistent with abdominal effusion, free air in the abdomen, loss of integrity of the right abdominal wall with apparent herniation of the small intestines into the subcutaneous tissues, and contusions involving the right middle lung

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