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parenchymal consolidation in the cranioventral lobes bilaterally. Preliminary diagnoses of neonatal maladjustment syndrome, septicemia, and aspiration pneumonia were formulated, and the foal was hospitalized for treatment with IV fluids, broad

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infection. Notably, CHV-1 infection should be strongly considered as a differential diagnosis in neonatal puppies with diffuse consolidating lung disease, especially when more than 1 puppy in a litter is affected. Canine herpesvirus-1 infection in neonates

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uroperitoneum, as they are typically repaired surgically. A case report describes the conservative management of a urinary bladder defect in a neonatal foal. 5 Conservative management was also elected in a case after cystorrhaphy failure, therefore the

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WV , Uroperitoneum in the hospitalized equine neonate: retrospective study of 31 cases, 1988–1997 . Equine Vet J 2000 ; 32 : 505 – 508 . 4. Kraft MD Btaiche IF Sacks GS , Treatment of electrolyte disorders in adult patients in the

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tissue masses involving the soft palate or pharynx in neonatal foals include cysts (ie, subepiglottic, pharyngeal, or soft palate), granuloma, hematoma, and pharyngeal abscess. Figure 2— Same radiographic images as in Figure 1 . A—Notice the well

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abdominal portion of the aorta in neonatal calves. References 1. Rolfe DL . Aortic thromboemboli in a calf . Can Vet J 1977 ; 18 : 321 – 324 . 2. Rudmann DG Stevenson GW . Aortic-iliac thromboembolism as an uncommon sequel to

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been reported to cause respiratory tract disease, pericarditis, endocarditis, peritonitis, arthritis, orchitis, hemorrhagic diathesis, and abortion in adult horses. 4–6 In neonates, A equuli is a common cause of acute septicemia and enteritis, and

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Med Assoc 1969 ; 154 : 406 – 409 . 4 . Bauer S Livesey MA Bjorling DE , Computed tomography assisted surgical correction of persistent right aortic arch in a neonatal foal . Equine Vet Educ 2006 ; 18 : 32 – 36 . 5 . Butt TD

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usually neonates (with signs of chronic, progressive restrictive airway disease [unthriftiness, coughing, poor weight gain, and dyspnea]) or young adults (with vomiting and acute or recurrent dyspnea). 1–4 Findings on physical examination include

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