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osteochondritis-like fragment was also considered. The small tract through nearby tissues may have been from a puncture wound or a small fistulous tract. Treatment and Outcome Arthrocentesis of the PIJ was performed. The synovial fluid sample was sero

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arthrocentesis as well as the histopathologic findings for tissue from the popliteal lymph node, a diagnosis of multicentric lymphoma with unknown lineage and synovial involvement was made. The final diagnosis in that reported case was synovial lymphoma with

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ultrasound beam through the bone ( Figure 3 ). Arthrocentesis of the medial femorotibial compartment of the stifle joint was performed and yielded synovial fluid that had low viscosity. Cytologic examination of the synovial fluid sample revealed 47.16 × 10 9

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condyles with mild joint effusion, bilateral flattening of the humeral heads, and bilateral distal ulnar retained cartilage cores. Arthrocentesis of carpal, tarsal, femoropatellar, and medial and lateral femorotibial joints bilaterally revealed moderate

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effusion initially improved slightly but returned with increased severity the following month. The referring veterinarian noted severe swelling in the left tarsocrural joint and performed arthrocentesis. Synovial fluid analysis revealed a total nucleated

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. Distinguishing alternative causes of lameness from normal postoperative stifle joint discomfort following a TPLO can be challenging and require adjunct diagnostic procedures, including arthrocentesis (with or without fluid analysis, cytology, bacterial culture

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fluid from the radiocarpal joint. Anesthetic cream a (lidocaine [2.5%] and prilocaine [2.5%]) was applied 1 hour prior to collection to desensitize the skin and minimize adverse reactions to the arthrocentesis procedure. Furthermore, because repeated

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radiographic views of the hip and stifle joints. Exclusion criteria included pregnancy; fractious nature; systemic or active disease of any organ system; intra-articular injections within 90 days of the onset of the study; previous joint surgery; arthrocentesis

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were less accurate (range, 16.7% to 66.7%), compared with accuracy for the single-needle injection technique described in the study reported here. Investigators of another study 8 compared a cranial and a lateral approach for arthrocentesis of the

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, and lymph node aspirates; bacteriologic culture of lymph nodes; aerobic bacteriologic culture of urine; aerobic and anaerobic bacteriologic culture of blood; cytologic examination and bacteriologic culture of samples obtained during arthrocentesis

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