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Ingh TS . Primary and metastatic carcinomas in the digits of cats . Vet Q 2000 ; 22 : 141 – 145 . 10.1080/01652176.2000.9695043 7. Madjidi A , Cole P , Laucirica R . Digital acrometastasis: a rare initial sign of occult pulmonary

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Doberman Pinschers is 7.3 years in males and 8.6 years in females. Although dogs of other breeds that have occult disease can have an extended survival time of up to 4 years, overt DCM in Doberman Pinschers is rapidly progressive. 12 Treatment of DCM in

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, Smith AP , Roh D , Kanner A . Occult middle fossa encephaloceles in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy . World Neurosurg . 2010 ; 73 ( 5 ): 541 – 546 . 20920939 15. Martlé VA , Caemaert J , Tshamala M , Surgical treatment of a

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stress leukogram. On the basis of the cat's signalment, history, clinical signs, and laboratory findings, the primary differential diagnoses included pneumonia or occult heart disease with congestive heart failure induced by recent anesthesia and

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humans, 70% reportedly have evidence of hemoptysis preceding formation of these thrombi, and 30% of occult thrombi are associated with prolonged mechanical ventilation or tracheostomy placement. 3 In contrast to the situation in humans, the dog reported

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the foreign body 4 ; however, this finding was not present for our patient. For the dog of the present report, the differential diagnoses for the persistent mass and described radiographic findings included an occult foreign body, fungal granuloma, or

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creatinine kinase (7,799 U/L; reference range, 56 to 526 U/L). Urinalysis (collection method not specified) abnormalities were occult blood (3+) and proteinuria (1+). Results were negative for a Coomb test as well as PCR assays for Toxoplasma gondii , Feline

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likelihood that occult disease affected the SLNs was relatively low. All dogs were thoroughly evaluated through a combination of a complete physical examination, CBC, serum biochemical analysis, arterial blood gas analysis, echocardiography, and ECG, with all

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-Hodgkin lymphoma, which requires that drugs able to penetrate the blood-brain barrier be incorporated in the treatment plan. 13 Additionally, elevated serum LDH activities in patients without clinical signs may precede the onset of the clinical stage for occult

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not performed on the other 3 dogs. Elevated plasma cTnI concentrations in all 4 of these dogs may have been caused by occult nonneoplastic myocardial disease that was undetectable during routine echocardiography, but the clinical course of these dogs

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