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History A 19-year-old 509-kg American Quarter Horse mare was referred for a 2-week history of bilateral nasal discharge, respiratory noise, and decreased feed intake. The referring veterinarian performed an upper airway endoscopy, which

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History A 5-year-old female alpaca was evaluated at the University of Georgia Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital because of worsening respiratory difficulty of approximately 36 hours' duration. The alpaca had been treated with flunixin

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History Three 17-day-old Labrador Retriever puppies were referred for evaluation because of acute, progressive respiratory distress. The puppies were from the same litter, still suckling, and behaving normally 12 hours earlier. Housing

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months earlier, an upper respiratory tract infection caused by a Mycoplasma sp was detected. A lack of response to a 4-week course of doxycycline coupled with the progression of clinical signs prompted referral of the patient. On initial evaluation

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History A 7-year-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat with a history of nasal lymphoma was evaluated for acute respiratory distress. Approximately 2 years prior, a mass was resected from the nasal cavity and histologic findings were

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History A 1-day-old 52-kg (114-lb) American Paint Horse filly was evaluated by a referring veterinarian for acute onset of colic and abnormal upper respiratory tract noises. The foal was treated with a sodium phosphate-based enema with no

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with 100 mg of tulathromycin that morning. On initial examination, rectal temperature (39°C [101.5°F]) and heart rate (120 beats/min) were within reference ranges, but the respiratory rate was high (100 breaths/min; reference range, 30 to 60 breaths

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History An 8-year-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat was evaluated for increased respiratory effort and inspiratory stridor of 5 months' duration. The cat's appetite, attitude, and activity level were normal, and no coughing or

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History A 4-month-old sexually intact male German Shepherd Dog was referred because of increased respiratory effort and restlessness after falling off of the owner's porch earlier that day. The dog also had a history of retching and

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(body condition score, 2/9). An increase in respiratory sounds was detected during auscultation of the lungs in all lung fields, but no crackles were discerned. There was no ocular or nasal discharge observed. Results of FeLV and FIV tests were negative

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