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molar. P2 = Second premolar. P3 =Third premolar. See Figure 1 for remainder of key. The various skull bones (eg, incisive bone, nasal bone, maxilla, palatine bone, sphenoid bone, frontal bone, parietal bone, zygomatic bone, temporal bone with

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slices. On the transverse anatomic sections, some cheek teeth happened to be in the unsectioned interval. Various skull bones were visible such as the incisive bone, nasal bone, ethmoid bone, maxilla, palatine bone, sphenoid bone, frontal bone, parietal

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-mandibularis, and musculus adductor mandibularis internus were removed. 1 = Premaxilla. 2 = Nasal bone. 3 = Maxilla. 4 = Prefrontal bone. 5 = Frontal bone. 6 = Postorbital bone. 7 = Parietal crest. 8 = Musculus adductor mandibulae externus anterior. 9 = Musculus

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, and L). 1 = Premaxillary bone. 2 = Preorbital diverticulum of the infraorbital sinus. 3 = Palatine bone. 4 = Tongue. 5 = Mandible. 6 = Medial nasal concha. 7 = Oral cavity. Do = Dorsal. R = Right. Bar = 1 cm. Figure 3— Representative

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overhydration include wet mucus membranes, increased skin elasticity, shivering, restlessness, serous nasal discharge, chemosis, tachypnea, cough, nausea, vomiting, dyspnea, pulmonary adventitious sounds (crackles) and edema, pleural effusion, and ascites. 12

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landmark. Figure 3— Dental radiographic view (A) and CBCT images for the Pano method (B), 3-D method (C), and Slices method (D) that provide examples of good identification (grade = 2; scale, 0 to 3) for the nasal turbinates, as defined by the

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brachycephalic, although this subclassification is often poorly defined 1 and has been traditionally categorized on the basis of skull radiographic findings. A brachycephalic skull has shortened facial and nasal bones, small nasal cavity and frontal and

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.1259/bjr/17611956 11. Nemanic S , Hollars K , Nelson NC , et al. Combination of computed tomographic imaging characteristics of medial retropharyngeal lymph nodes and nasal passages aids discrimination between rhinitis and neoplasia in cats

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hematologic analysis (3). Thirty-nine cats underwent CT and ultrasonography. Data for 1 cat were excluded from analysis because that cat had evidence of nasal disease in CT images. Therefore, data for 38 cats (20 neutered males and 18 spayed females) were

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thoracoscopy, HR, RR, Sao 2 , and Pao 2 values did not differ significantly from those prior to induction of pneumothorax. During thoracoscopy, Sao 2 fell to < 95% for all cows; thus, all cows received supplemental oxygen through a nasal cannula. Sedation and

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