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extra-articular soft tissue swelling in the cranial aspect of the left stifle joint. The infrapatellar fat pad and caudal fascial planes are ill defined. This finding may be due to the presence of slight joint effusion, although thickening and

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) where the tubular structure doubles back on itself at its cranial termination, forming a J-shaped structure. The structure appears to be outlined by anechoic surroundings (asterisk), which may indicate a small amount of peritoneal effusion. Images were

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exception that the pony was tachypneic (48 breaths/min; reference range, 8 to 18 breaths/min) and had a moderate to severe amount of effusion within the right tarsocrural joint and a small laceration (1×0.5 cm) along the medial aspect of the tarsus. Lameness

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intermittently non–weight-bearing right hind limb lameness. There was marked gluteal and quadriceps muscle atrophy of the right hind limb with no pain elicited on long bone palpation. Palpation of the right stifle joint revealed mild stifle joint effusion

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mare had grade 3 lameness (on a scale from 0 [no lameness] to 5 [minimally to non–weight-bearing]) of the left hind limb and effusion of the medial compartment of the left femorotibial joint. A flexion test was initiated, and after flexing the left

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to the emergency service, 2 days after the recheck appointment, following acute collapse. The dog was weak, lethargic, tachycardic, and hypotensive. An echocardiogram revealed a moderate amount of pericardial effusion, a mass on the right atrium, and

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contrast within the abdomen, but no obstruction or foreign bodies were identified. In the limited view of the caudal portion of the thorax, there appears to be a mass in the right caudal lung lobe. The cardiac shadow is obscured, suggesting pleural effusion

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pain but no joint effusion were evident on palpation. The right carpus and left tarsus were most severely affected. Rectal examination revealed a small, firm subcutaneous mass in the area of the right anal sac. The remainder of the physical examination

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animals, despite their inherently smaller, less active thymus. 2 Most dogs are evaluated because of progressive dyspnea or a cough resulting from the thymoma either compressing the lungs and trachea or creating pleural effusion from vascular obstruction

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. Comments An exploratory celiotomy was performed, and a 10-cm-long mass with adhesions to the right uterine horn and associated omentum was found. A minimal amount of serosan-guineous peritoneal effusion was also present. In an attempt to obtain

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