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artifacts due to respiratory motion, truncation, metallic implants, and CT contrast agents. 5 Among all of these factors, respiratory motion during scanning is considered to be the most significant problem in CT-based attenuation correction. 4 , 5 During

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Introduction The pharynx and larynx are major components of the upper respiratory system. The pharynx includes the oropharynx, nasopharynx, and laryngopharynx. The oropharynx is separated from the nasopharynx by the soft palate. Finally, the

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respiratory tract disease were identified in any of the dogs. All dogs were considered healthy on the basis that no abnormalities were detected during physical examination and results of a CBC, serum biochemical analysis, electrolyte tests, and urinalysis were

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hepatomegaly without a true hepatic abnormality. The respiratory phase when radiographs are obtained also can influence the location of the caudoventral margin of the liver. 1,2,4,8,12 Overexpansion of the thorax or deep inspiration causes caudal displacement

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are necessary to obtain a definitive diagnosis. For cattle with signs of respiratory tract disease that are examined at veterinary referral centers, thoracic radiography is routinely used to evaluate the type (eg, interstitial vs alveolar) and extent

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Hospital and scheduled for CT scans between April and September 2007 for conditions unrelated to thoracic or airway disease were considered for inclusion in the study. Of these dogs, only those without a prior history of respiratory disease and without

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procedures were categorized on the basis of the type of intervention performed. Categories of fluoroscopic procedures were vascular, urinary, cardiac, gastrointestinal, orthopedic, and respiratory. Procedures were further subdivided into procedure type within

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described, 7,8 and CT is also considered superior to standard radiography for the detection of pathological changes within the lungs. 9–13 In hospitalized neonatal foals, for which respiratory tract disease significantly impacts patient morbidity and

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. Respiratory disease, in particular aspergillosis, is one of the most important causes of morbidity and death for captive penguins. 4–14 Determination of a diagnosis of aspergillosis and other respiratory diseases can be difficult by use of radiography because

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Camelids develop many of the same respiratory diseases as domestic livestock, including tuberculosis, 1 fungal disease, 2 pneumonia, 3 neoplasia, 4 parasite migration, 3 and various viral diseases, including bluetongue, 5 bovine viral

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