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injury on surgical exploration. 4 The timeline and clinical signs in the case described here were consistent with reports of expanding cervical hematomas secondary to blunt force trauma in humans. 4 The scientific literature describing deer attacks on

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exposed to and killed by lightning, but their carcasses are rarely found. 4,5 Atmospheric flash can directly or indirectly reach animals, and lightning-induced injuries may occur in several different ways. 4 Unlike the situation for humans, a serious

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contributed. 4 Methemoglobinemia develops after oxidative erythrocyte injury and depletion of methemoglobin reductase (a nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide [reduced form]-dependent enzyme that converts methemoglobin to hemoglobin), and results in a shift of

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contents during anesthetic events is not uncommon, and aspiration of gastric acid and contents may cause acute lung injury (A LI). 8–12 Acute lung injury is identified clinically in veterinary patients by sudden-onset tachypnea and labored breathing

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the superficial dermis (lichenoid band), but it lacks the consistent basal cell injury of interface dermatitis and the full lichenoid tissue reaction. Although the occasional presence of lymphocytic satellitosis with individual necrotic keratinocytes

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decreasing trend, compatible with resolving muscle injury throughout hospitalization. As the LDH activity decreased, the anion gap increased due to less interference with the HCO 3 – assay. However, the LDH activity was greatest on day 1, but the highest

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present report, it is likely that both pigments were involved in the tubular injury. Although acute renal failure with pigmentary nephropathy is uncommonly reported in the veterinary medical literature, there is a potential for development of this

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induced ischemia reperfusion injury and naturally occurring chronic kidney disease. Tubular injury and tubulorrhexis can lead to release of intraepithelial lipid into the interstitium, which incites a granulomatous inflammatory response. This inflammation

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–14 Vertebral osteomyelitis most often results from hematogenous seeding from a primary site of infection, traumatic injury, or contiguous spread from an infection in adjacent soft tissue; however, iatrogenic inoculation during spinal surgery can also serve as a

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suspension is doxycycline monohydrate salt, a less acidic pink powder that is reconstituted prior to administration. 1 Doxycycline hyclate has been implicated in drug-induced esophageal injury in humans and cats. The irritant nature of doxycycline can be

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