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author's facility. At that time, the referring veterinarian recorded that rectal temperature, pulse rate, and respiratory rate were within respective reference ranges, and the bitch was not clinically dehydrated. A moderate amount of odorless, brownish

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that the dog had a rectal temperature of 38.6°C (101.4°F). Respiratory rate and heart rate were within the respective reference ranges. Body condition score was 3 on a scale of 1 to 5. Mucous membranes were pink, capillary refill time was < 2 seconds

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by sebaceous glands; 2) endodermal elements represented by well-differentiated lobules of the thyroid gland consisting of many colloid-filled follicles, respiratory epithelium, and renal parenchyma; and 3) mesodermal elements consisting of mature

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distension of the abdomen and a sawhorse stance ( Figure 1 ) . Heart and respiratory rates were 60 beats/min and 30 respirations/min, respectively. Mucosae appeared slightly congested, and capillary refill time was > 2 seconds. At rectal palpation and

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respiratory rate of the dog were all within the respective reference ranges. There was a small laceration on the left flank. A firm, irregular mass was palpable on the proximal portion of the penile shaft. All other findings were unremarkable. Results of a

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rectal temperature of 38.5 °C, heart rate of 126 beats per minute, and respiratory rate of 76 breaths per minute. Mucous membranes were pink and capillary refill time was < 3 seconds. Normal ruminations were auscultated at 1 rumination/2 min. The doe

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range, 37.5°C to 38.9°C [99.5°F to 102°F]), heart rate of 70 beats/min (reference range, 60 to 90 beats/min), and respiratory rate of 20 breaths/min (10 to 30 breaths/min). The alpaca's right testicle was noticeably enlarged and turgid, whereas the left

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varicosities. 1 Examination revealed that the filly had a dull mentation but was responsive to stimuli. Heart rate was 60 beats/min, respiratory rate was 30 breaths/min, and rectal temperature was 38.3°C (100.9°F); mucous membrane color and capillary refill

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found a large fluctuant area on the left side of the scrotal neck. Aspiration of that fluctuant area yielded dark brown fluid. At the time of admission to the teaching hospital, the bull was bright, alert, and responsive. Heart rate, respiratory rate

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/min), and respiratory rate of 28 breaths/min (reference range, 20 to 30 breaths/ min). 1 The remainder of the findings on physical examination were unremarkable. Question What diagnostic procedures are available for the assessment of fertility in a

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