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revealed a large-volume left-sided pleural effusion (approx fluid depth, > 20 cm), lung consolidation, and a small amount of peritoneal effusion. Large echogenic flocculent particles were present within the pleural fluid ( Figure 1 ). The animal was sedated

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TnI is a sensitive and specific marker for myocardial damage; thus, it may have use as an indicator of cardiac involvement in patients with hemangiosarcoma. In 1 study, 2 evaluation of cTnI and cTnT concentrations in dogs with pericardial effusion

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. In order of onset, features in these dogs included anorexia (20/22; 91%), lethargy (19/22; 86%), vomiting (20/22; 91%), jaundice (16/22; 73%), diarrhea (18/22; 81%; frequently associated with melena progressing to hematochezia), abdominal effusion (14

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local bleeding, interference with clearance or drainage of the cavity, as well as obstruction of ventilation are suspected causes in humans. 21 Cats with sinonasal disease have a higher prevalence of MEC effusion, possibly due to the potential of

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sterile saline. A routine 20 cm ventral midline incision was created to expose the abdominal organs. Upon exposure of the abdomen, a moderate amount of effusion was present, and a sample was collected for cytology. The small intestines and colon were

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organism in combination with the clinical neurologic signs. Ultrasonographic evaluation of the C2 region revealed a prominent caudal nuchal bursa, with severe thickening (2 to 3 cm) of the synovial lining and moderate effusion that was somewhat

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( Supplementary Table S2 ). Whole-body radiography was performed in 8 of 16 rabbits. Six of 8 animals had abnormalities on thoracic radiographs, which included pulmonary nodules (case 2); bicavitary effusion with nodular appearance to the pulmonary parenchyma and

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of the left ventricle. Group 3 (cardiomyopathy with CHF) included cats with cardiomyopathy and signs of associated decompensation such as dyspnea and radiographic detection of congested pulmonary vessels, pleural effusion, or pulmonary edema

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visible CT abnormalities that could be expected to alter results and led to exclusion of cases included moderate or marked pleural effusion, moderate or marked pneumothorax, and space-occupying lesions that were of a size that, in the opinion of the

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locations. Hematomas within the broad ligaments and hemorrhagic peritoneal effusions are presumed to originate from the uterine artery. Other locations of hemorrhage include the placental attachment to the uterus, with intra-uterine accumulation of blood

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