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brain of a 5-year-old dog that was evaluated because of a 3-day history of right-sided masticatory muscle atrophy. Notice a round lesion (arrow) in the right midbrain region that has moderate heterogeneous contrast enhancement. Contrast-enhanced effusion

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revealed mild enlargement of the cardiac silhouette with diffuse patchy alveolar disease, consistent with pulmonary edema, and moderate pleural fissures. Consideration was given to chylous effusion or modified transudate associated with congestive cardiac

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include anorexia, lethargy, dyspnea (secondary to pneumonia), fever, weight loss, icterus (secondary to hepatitis or cholangiohepatitis), myocarditis, gastrointestinal tract signs, abdominal effusion, musculoskeletal pain, ocular disease, neurologic

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adenosquamous carcinoma in a dog . J Vet Med Sci 2012 ; 74 : 667 – 672 . 10.1292/jvms.11-0406 3. Stewart J Holloway A Rasotto R , et al. Characterization of primary pulmonary adenosquamous carcinoma-associated pleural effusion . Vet Clin

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pericardial effusion, and intralesional active hemorrhage (not shown). On the basis of CT sectional imaging, the most likely tissue of origin was the wall of the right auricular appendage. The rightward and dorsal displacement of the intrathoracic

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tympanic bullae included secondary obstructive otitis media or effusion and, less likely, infiltrative nasopharyngeal disease (neoplasia or polyp). A fine-needle aspirate specimen of the mass was obtained (via the oral cavity through the soft palate

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M Mandara M , et al. Cavernous sinus syndrome due to osteochondromatosis in a cat? J Feline Med Surg 2013 ; 15 : 1132 – 1136 . 10.1177/1098612X13488385 11. Kent M de Lahunta A Platt SR , et al. Prevalence of effusion in the

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the initial evaluation were subcutaneous masses or swelling, diffuse limb swelling, or joint effusion. An antemortem diagnosis of hemangiosarcoma was made for 10 of those 11 cases, 2 compared with only 4 of 35 cases in the other report. 3 In both

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loss of abdominal serosal detail, consistent with peritoneal effusion. With the dog anesthetized, CT of the vertebral column revealed a well-defined, ovoid, non–contrast-enhancing region of decreased attenuation within the right epaxial lumbar

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was anxious and febrile (40.3°C [104.5°F]). Other findings included bilateral carpal valgus, bilateral stifle joint effusion, and bilateral mild atrophy of the caudal thigh musculature. A neurologic examination was performed, during which it was

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