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History A 13-month-old 29.3-kg spayed female German Shepherd Dog was referred for evaluation of a left hind limb lameness. Clinical signs of progressive worsening lameness began at 5 months of age and were more severe on the left side. There

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since 1 year of age and a 1-month history of lameness on the left thoracic limb, with no other significant health history. The cough was previously managed with oral maropitant for around 1 year. The patient was an indoor-outdoor cat, was up to date on

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History An approximately 5-year-old 6.61-kg (14.5-lb) captive-born sexually intact male rhesus macaque ( Macaca mulatta) was evaluated because of a 2-day history of non–weight-bearing lameness of the right pelvic limb. The macaque was housed

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History A 6-year-old 575-kg (1,265-lb) Hanoverian mare was presented for evaluation of left metacarpophalangeal effusion with associated lameness. Ten days earlier, the horse was evaluated by the referring veterinarian because of grade 2

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History An 8.5-year-old neutered male Norwegian Elkhound was referred for evaluation because of sudden onset of pododermatitis and lameness 6 weeks earlier. The dog had a 6-year history of epilepsy that was controlled with phenobarbital

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History and Clinical Findings An 8-year-old 43.7-kg (96.1-lb) castrated male Labrador Retriever was referred for evaluation of progressive left thoracic limb lameness of 4 weeks’ duration. The lameness started suddenly following play with

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lameness that progressed within 1 week to persistent dragging of the limb with an absence of deep pain sensation and motor function and coolness to the touch, compared with all other limbs. Table 1— Blood glucose concentrations in blood samples

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History A 3-year-old 22.4-kg (49.3-lb) sexually intact female German Shepherd Dog was evaluated by a veterinarian because of lethargy, decreased appetite, progressive lameness, and projectile vomiting. Clinical and Gross Findings

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) and grade 1 of 5 lameness. The owner reported that several other bovids in the herd had similar lesions. Figure 1— Photograph of a bilobed mass at the interdigital and coronary band region of the right hind limb of a 15-month-old Aberdeen Angus

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History A 10-year-old 24.6-kg (54.1-lb) spayed female German Shepherd Dog mix was evaluated because of signs of cervical pain of 1 month's duration and acute left pelvic limb lameness of 5 days’ duration. Clinical and Clinicopathologic

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