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these factors. In our experience, B lines commonly appear around the pericardium in dogs with CPE but are less common in dogs with respiratory diseases. When we used pericardial LUS to distinguish CPE from pneumonia, 10 of 11 dogs with CPE, but 0 of 6

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

information on outcome in feline case In response to Drs. Wegner and Pablo's article 1 on altered respiratory function during anesthesia of a cat for removal of a lung lobe abscess, which was a meticulous and well-documented article, I have a question. How

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association