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and STIR hyperintense. Lesions were present throughout the splenius, semispinalis capitis, longus capitis, longissimus capitis, longissimus cervicis, intertransversarius, and scalenus muscles up to the scan field limitations. Nodules were occult on

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inflammation, neoplasia, or trauma). An occult feline heartworm antigen-antibody test (to determine heartworm disease status) was performed. Diagnostic test findings —The CBC did not reveal any important abnormalities. Serum creatine kinase activity was 618 U

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external ophthalmoplegia (ptosis), and decreased ocular menace reflex included a congenital or traumatic anatomic anomaly affecting the right cranial nerves II, III, or VII; occult mass; or foreign body obstruction. An additional differential diagnosis

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resulting from an occult migrating foreign body. The owner was informed that the prognosis for the dog was poor. Aggressive treatment involving surgical removal of the abscess and exploration of the possible area of entry of the bacterial infection within

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revealed regenerative, hypochromic, microcytic anemia. After the dog was fed a hypoallergenic diet, a sample of its feces was positive for occult blood. At the referral evaluation, the dog was bright, alert, and responsive. Its mucous membranes were pink

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, Smith AP , Roh D , Kanner A . Occult middle fossa encephaloceles in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy . World Neurosurg . 2010 ; 73 ( 5 ): 541 – 546 . 20920939 15. Martlé VA , Caemaert J , Tshamala M , Surgical treatment of a

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