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diagnosis of intraosseous pneumatosis of the proximal aspect of the right humerus and intra-articular emphysema likely associated with septic osteomyelitis of the right humeral head. Less likely differential diagnoses included neoplasia and trauma

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’s history and signalment, differential diagnoses included bacterial or fungal osteomyelitis and benign processes such as an aneurysmal bone cyst (ABC). A neoplastic process like osteosarcoma was also proposed given its bimodal age distribution, though the

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with secondary angular limb deformity (ie, bilateral radius curvus and carpal valgus) was considered most likely. Hypertrophic osteodystrophy and metaphyseal osteomyelitis were considered unlikely, as there was no pain elicited on palpation of the limbs

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vertebra, resulting in severe osteomyelitis of the spinous process and an epidural abscess between the T5 and T6 vertebral bodies. Calf 2 had a similar epidural abscess that affected the dorsal aspect of the vertebral body of T2, resulting in osteomyelitis

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without evidence of trauma. 1–4 , a Sequestration of bone in camelids is proposed to be a sequela of hematogenous osteomyelitis. 3–4 , a To the authors' knowledge, no studies have been conducted to characterize the clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment

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rostral portion of the mandible and osteolysis around the maxillary canine teeth. B—Dorsal plane reconstruction depicts the extent of osteomyelitis causing a generalized mottled appearance caused by bone destruction of the rostral mandible. C

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evident with a large amount of surrounding soft tissue swelling still present. Taken together, the radiographic views illustrated the development of an acquired inflammatory intraosseous lesion (subperiosteal osteomyelitis) secondary to endodontic disease

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, an atypical form of an Actinomyces bovis infection (lumpy jaw), multiple tooth root abscesses, and fracture or other trauma with concurrent bacterial osteomyelitis. The prominent radiographic findings in cattle with A bovis infection are

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or superimposition due to periosteal bone production. The surrounding soft tissues are thickened, with focal gas opacity at the proximomedial aspect of the meta-tarsal region, representing the wound. These findings are consistent with osteomyelitis of

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fungal osteomyelitis and neoplasia. Figure 2— Same radiographic images as in Figure 1 . Notice the aggressive bone lesions (arrows) at the distal metaphysis of the right radius and ulna (A and B) and the proximal metaphysis of the right tibia (C

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