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, respectively. During liver RFA, the electrode and deployed arrays were clearly observed with real-time ultrasonography, and no major adverse events related to RFA were detected. However, for 2 dogs, a small peritoneal effusion developed around the ablation

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Prior to general anesthesia, thoracocentesis was performed in 5 cats, and the volume of aspirated chylous effusion ranged from 100 to 150 mL. The CT scanning included the thoracic, abdominal, and pelvic limb regions in 6 cats; 1 cat was only scanned from

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overhydration include wet mucus membranes, increased skin elasticity, shivering, restlessness, serous nasal discharge, chemosis, tachypnea, cough, nausea, vomiting, dyspnea, pulmonary adventitious sounds (crackles) and edema, pleural effusion, and ascites. 12

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Sydney between February 2018 and August 2019 and subsequently necropsied with owner consent. Dogs with pleural disease (eg, pleural effusion, thickening of pleura), determined antemortem with radiography or ultrasonography or postmortem with VPMCT, were

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effusion formed can interfere sufficiently to induce strain. The study reported here was conducted to assess the use of CT perfusion and SWE to evaluate acute changes in tissue perfusion and stiffness of the ablation zone in the liver of healthy dogs

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Radiographic assessment of cardiac dimensions may reveal an altered anatomic structure secondary to eccentric cardiac enlargement. 1 Radiography is fairly reliable for evaluation of generalized cardiomegaly or pericardial effusion and some types

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] consistent with pulmonary edema), and a positive response to furosemide-induced diuresis. Dogs that had more than a trace amount of pleural effusion that could cause pressure atelectasis and create B lines independent of pathological pulmonary changes, had

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of pneumonia and aids in the localization of pulmonary abscesses or emphysematous bulla and identification of other pathological changes such as pleural effusion and pneumothorax. Ultrasonography is also used to evaluate the thoracic cavity of cattle

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, constipation, signs of nausea, weight loss, signs of abdominal pain, or abdominal effusion during the 2 months prior to the start of the study were excluded. The most common reasons for ultrasonographic evaluations (n = 242 dogs) were echocardiographic

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concentrations and 1 cat that had decreasing BUN and serum creatinine concentrations. The third cat with ureteral obstruction and increasing BUN and serum creatinine concentrations following imaging did not undergo ureteral surgery, developed pleural effusion

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