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deformation relative to the surrounding normal tissue; it involves use of a color display and provides qualitative or semiquantitative evaluations. In veterinary medicine, strain imaging has been performed on the liver, spleen, and kidneys of clinically normal

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resonance cholangiopancreatography has been described for 10 cats with cholangitis and pancreatitis. 6 To the authors’ knowledge, diffusion and perfusion of the liver, spleen, and kidneys of cats have not been described. Therefore, the objective of the

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Introduction The spleen in cats is a nonsinusoidal structure that has less storage capacity for large amounts of blood, compared with the spleen in dogs. 1 Physiologic splenomegaly is rare in cats, and severe splenomegaly is usually a

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indicated no relationship, and a summed χ 2 value of 3.84 for all cells in a table indicated significance with 1 df . One subgroup included comparative echogenicity among parenchymal organs (liver, spleen, or kidneys), diffuse or patchy hyperechoic or

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). ROI Representative SUV Volumetric SUV Myocardium (transverse plane) 2.4 ± 0.3 2.1 ± 0.5 Myocardium (sagittal plane) 1.9 ± 0.4 2.0 ± 0.5 Liver 1.7 ± 0.1 1.7 ± 0.1 Spleen 1.4 ± 0.1 1.3 ± 0

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to the level of the adjacent vertebrae to evaluate liver location, with the vertebral body divided into 3 parts (cranial, middle, and caudal). Changes of the spleen and stomach on the basis of body position were evaluated by use of the dorsal plane

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anecdotally been associated with malignancy in dogs with nontraumatic hemoabdomen; however, rigorous evidence-based findings to support this association have not been published. Ultrasonography of the spleen has been recommended for disease localization, to

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probe placement was used to overcome the distal shadowing artifact caused by the caudal portion of the right lung ( Figure 8 ). The gallbladder was separated from the liver and located ventrolateral to the pylorus, pancreas, and spleen. It appeared oval

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bronchus. 4 = Esophagus. 5 = Stomach. 6 = Right atrium. 7 = Left atrium. 8 = Transverse section of large vessels of cardiac base. 9 = Ventricle. 10 = Right hepatic vein. 11 = Spleen. 12 = Large intestine. 13 = Postcava vein. 14 = Gallbladder. 15 = Left

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imaging of small exotic mammals 4 ; the ultrasonographic diagnosis of pregnancy in rats has also been reported. 5 A description of the liver, spleen, and kidneys obtained by use of high-frequency (40 MHz) ultrasonography has also been published. 6 The

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