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in the auricle of the left atrium ( Figure 3 ). Moderate mitral and mild tricuspid valve regurgitation was demonstrated by color Doppler echocardiography. Pleural and abdominal effusions were also identified on ultrasonography. Figure 3— Right

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radiographs (not shown), subcutaneous emphysema is evident along the right body wall. No evidence of pneumothorax or pleural effusion was present. On the basis of the physical examination and radiographic findings, a traumatic wooden stick foreign body with

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made. Ultrasonographic examination of the hind limbs revealed increased cross-sectional area of the right hind SDFT and tendon sheath effusion. For completeness, abdominal ultrasonography was performed, and findings were compatible with intramural

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lameness of the right hind limb (grade 4/5 1 ). The right femoropatellar joint had evidence of effusion. Deep palpation of the firm swelling over the lateral aspect of the stifle joint elicited signs of pain and was not well tolerated. Upon manipulation of

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effusion, was palpated within the stifle joint. Cranial and caudal drawer signs were not elicited during examinations performed while the dog was awake or sedated. Results of valgus and varus stress tests were negative. Radiographic images of the right

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. There is a mild decrease in peritoneal serosal detail consistent with a mild amount of abdominal effusion. The retroperitoneal serosal detail is adequate. No evidence of free peritoneal gas is identified. The stomach is mildly distended with gas. The

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abnormal caudodorsal direction. The remaining aerated lungs appeared clinically normal. There was minimal free gas identified in the pleural space bilaterally, and no pleural effusion was detected. There was a moderate amount of gas in the soft tissue of

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(0.5 × 0.5-cm) puncture wound was noted at the plantarolateral aspect of the heel bulb of that same limb. Results of ultrasonographic examination of the affected DFTS indicated marked tenosynovitis and effusion, with numerous, large floating

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heat or effusion were present on palpation of the limb joints and no lameness was appreciated. A CBC at the time of admission revealed mild hyperfibrinogenemia (700 mg/dL; reference range, 100 to 400 mg/dL) as well as mild leukocytosis (15.3 X 10 3

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detail included peritonitis, peritoneal effusion, carcinomatosis, or loss of intra-abdominal adipose tissue. The entire cranial portion of the abdomen was not included on these radiographic images; thus, there is a possibility of free abdominal gas, which

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