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, and osseous metastases; intrathoracic lymphadenopathy; vascular compression and invasion; and scant pleural effusion. In addition, bronchoconstriction and pulmonary vasoconstriction were noted in the second set of postcontrast scans (8 minutes after

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crepitus but no effusion in both stifle joints. Results of a CBC and serum biochemical analyses were within reference limits, except for a high serum total bilirubin concentration (1.0 mg/dL; reference range, 0.0 to 0.9 mg/dL) and low alkaline phosphatase

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underlying causes other than pericardial effusion and subsequent cardiac tamponade are sparse in both the human and veterinary literature. In a human study, 1 5 of 11 patients subjected to balloon occlusion of the inferior vena cava developed sustained

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neoplastic cells had positive results for immunohistochemical staining for cytoplasmic synaptophysin, j a confirmatory marker for pheochromocytoma. Additionally, the mare had pericardial and peritoneal serosanguineous effusion, renal hemorrhagic foci, and

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the evaluation, the dog was being treated with carprofen (5.4 mg/kg [2.5 mg/lb], PO, q 24 h). The only abnormal findings on physical examination were a cranial drawer sign and stifle joint effusion in the dog's right pelvic limb; therefore, a tibial

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University. The dog had been hit by a car 2 years previously. Thoracic radiographs were taken immediately after the accident at a local veterinary clinic, and a diagnosis of pleural effusion was made. The dog was subsequently hospitalized for several days

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