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likelihood that occult disease affected the SLNs was relatively low. All dogs were thoroughly evaluated through a combination of a complete physical examination, CBC, serum biochemical analysis, arterial blood gas analysis, echocardiography, and ECG, with all

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-phase gradient-echo technique in the diagnosis of occult lesions of the knee and comparison with traditional T1-weight sequences (in-phase) [in Italian] . Radiol Med 2000 ; 99 : 31 – 35 . 26. Vande Berg BC , Malghem J , Lecouvet FE , et al

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radiological examination of fetlock joints in clinically sound and lame horses . Pferdeheilk 1996 ; 12 : 25 – 32 . 10.21836/PEM19960105 4. Barbee DD Allen JR Grant BD , et al. Detection by computed tomography of occult osteochondral defects in

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(including measurement of fasting and postprandial total bile acid concentrations), and abdominal ultrasonography were performed for the study. Additionally, occult disease was ruled out on the basis of follow-up examinations conducted for 6 months

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a single, radiographically occult lesion in one of the MCPJs. Although the level of detail for bone and articular cartilage provided by tomosynthesis was not equivalent to that achieved by CT and MRI, respectively, application of tomosynthesis as an

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interstitial lung disease . Thorax 1991 ; 46 : 77 – 84 . 10.1136/thx.46.2.77 11. Mirvis SE Tobin KD Kostrubiak I , et al. Thoracic CT in detecting occult disease in critically ill patients . AJR Am J Roentgenol 1987 ; 148 : 685 – 689 . 10

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limited in equine practice by patient size or the need for general anesthesia. A need therefore exists for an alternative method of detecting subtle or occult soft tissue inflammatory lesions. The radiopharmaceutical 99m Tc-EBl a offers several

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RC Mair TS Sherlock CE , et al. Comparison of high-field and low-field magnetic resonance images of cadaver limbs of horses . Vet Rec 2009 ; 165 : 281 – 288 . 10.1136/vr.165.10.281 36. Garcia-Lopez JM Kirker-Head CA . Occult

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intervertebral foramen associated with flexion-extension movement . Spine 1996 ; 21 : 2412 – 2420 . 10.1097/00007632-199611010-00002 70. Nowicki BH Haughton VM Schmidt TA , et al . Occult lumbar lateral spinal stenosis in neural foramina

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