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very similar case involving a juvenile peregrine falcon ( Falco peregrinus ) was reported, but owing to the bird's age and the presence of kyphosis, the diagnosis made was vertebral osteomyelitis, which is more commonly reported as affecting poultry. 4

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consistent with multifocal, severe diskospondylitis with osteomyelitis, severe meningitis, myelitis, myositis, cellulitis, and compressive empyema at the level of L1 and L2. Infected soft tissues and disk herniation causing spinal cord compression at T13-L1

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tissue changes along the neck in cross-sectional planes; a CBC to assess for evidence of inflammation or infection; microbial cultures of blood and urine samples to assess for bacterial infection resulting in osteomyelitis; and biopsy of any affected

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mobility and appetite. Lateral thoracic radiography had revealed lytic changes without periosteal reaction to the pedicle and the lamina of the T11 vertebra ( Figure 1 ). Despite treatment for suspected diskospondylitis or osteomyelitis, the cat developed

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hyperintense on T2-weighted and STIR images and isointense on T1-weighted images with mild patchy contrast enhancement. The MRI findings of the sphenoid bone were compatible with osteomyelitis or neoplasia (eg, osteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma, or lymphoma). The

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, osteomyelitis, or a foreign body was found. Microscopic changes of the psoas muscles were consistent with necrotizing and suppurative myositis with moderate fibrosis. The main histologic finding in the brain was chronic-active leptomeningitis. Comments

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approximately 12 weeks after placement because of osteomyelitis at the TPLO site; 2 fractured screws remained embedded in the bone. Chloramphenicol treatment was continued because of persistent draining tracts owing to S pseudintermedius infection. Three

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, diskospondylitis, osteomyelitis, or empyema), inflammatory disease (meningitis or meningomyelitis), and neoplasia (histiocytic sarcoma, osteosarcoma, plasma cell tumor, or lymphoma). Plans for diagnostic testing included clinicopathologic analyses (to provide

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mild lymphoplasmacytic epicarditis with villus mesothelial hyperplasia, and the spleen had diffuse congestion with intravascular thrombosis and multifocal granulomata. The cranial sternebrae had evidence of multifocal granulomatous osteomyelitis. No

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). Infectious osteomyelitis could not be ruled out but was considered less likely given the appearance and extent of the lesions. Analysis of the CSF sample revealed marginally high protein concentration (34 mg/dL; reference range, 0 to 30 mg/dL) but no

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