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unilateral swelling and firmness of the mammary gland, signs of pain elicited on palpation of the mammary gland, ventral edema, fever > 38°C (100.4°F; reference range, 37.2°C to 38.3°C [99°F to 101°F]), abnormally warm mammary gland skin, hind limb lameness

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History A 4-year-old 636.4-kg (1,400-lb) Brangus bull was admitted in the middle of May to the J. T. Vaughan Large Animal Teaching Hospital for evaluation of lameness. Physical examination revealed that the source of the lameness was a

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. Outcome The doe was maintained in the hospital overnight following surgery and discharged to the home farm for postoperative care. No postoperative complications were reported by the owner. Four months after surgery, the doe was presented for a lameness

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, purulent discharge. The joints were evaluated with no abnormalities; lameness was not observed. There were no obvious signs of systemic septicemia. On palpation of the scrotum and contents, there was no obvious inguinal hernia and the skin was intact and

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was no lameness evident during walking. Transrectal palpation revealed an enlarged and dilated cervix, a flaccid uterus, and a mass consistent in size, but not texture, with a pregnancy of 3 to 4 months' gestation. The mass was located approximately

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lameness, no abnormalities of the eyes or adnexal structures, and vital signs within reference limits. On reproductive evaluation, no abnormalities were detected in the bull’s accessory sex glands or testicles; however, palpation of the proximal penile

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