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present report, portal site metastasis associated with thoracoscopy in a dog with mesothelioma is described. A 10-year-old neutered male Golden Retriever with a history of exercise intolerance and recurrent pleural and pericardial effusion was examined

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unspecified age. Orthopedic examination revealed mild lameness in the right pelvic limb and moderate atrophy of the musculature of the right thigh. Grade 2/4 lateral patellar luxation was noted in the right limb along with mild right stifle joint effusion

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, heartworm disease, pericardial effusion, or tricuspid dysplasia), although extramural compression from conditions such as neoplasia, thymoma, fungal granuloma, or lung lobe torsion has been reported. 2,3–5 When the underlying cause of chylothorax can be

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effusion. Fine-needle aspirates of the spleen and liver and a fluid sample were obtained and submitted for cytologic evaluation. Hepatic cytology indicated inflammation while splenic cytology was consistent with malignant neoplasia with a suspicion of

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forelimbs) performed at a referral equine practice. Clinical examination and diagnostic tests Horses Limbs CFS effusion * 58/100 (58.0) 67/153 (43.8) Lameness * 62/88 (70.5) 62/133 (46.6) Positive response to

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pericardial effusion, compressing the right atrium and ventricle, suggestive of cardiac tamponade. A multilobular cystic structure with thick walls and internal septations was identified next to the right ventricle. Ultrasonography-guided pericardiocentesis

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pressure of < 60 mm Hg. Additional information collected, if available, included CBC data, PT, PTT, and findings on ultrasonography of gallbladder wall edema, peritoneal effusion, and other effusion characteristics. Initial treatment, defined as those

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ever been made while the dog was still alive. Radiographic follow-up at various time points (but ≥ 4 weeks) after surgery was obtained, and any evidence of persistence or recurrence of pleural effusion was recorded. Results Six dogs met all

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cases, is associated with diseases causing ascites, most commonly cirrhosis. 9,10 Patients may complain of abdominal pain and often have increased temperature and decreased gastrointestinal motility. 2,9 Peritoneal effusion analysis that reveals a

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region on the left side. Ultrasonographic evaluation revealed a body cavity effusion and a large, irregular mass with multiple hypoechoic regions in the mid coelomic region. The mass could not be localized to a particular organ. A CBC and serum

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