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splenectomy is removal of splenic masses and intracorporeal manipulation of a spleen containing mass lesions may result in complications. A review of medical records for 18 dogs that underwent laparoscopic-assisted splenectomy suggested that this may be a

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lymph node biopsy specimen revealed Cryptococcus -like organisms, and despite antifungal treatment, the ferret died. Necropsy revealed multicentric cryptococcosis affecting the lungs, brain, spleen, and multiple lymph nodes. Genotyping following DNA

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. Disease within the spleen was positively associated with survival to discharge. See page 1385 Results of surgical excision and evaluation of prognostic factors for dogs with lingual neoplasia Information on outcome of dogs with lingual masses

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and spleen, particularly with regard to differentiating between benign and malignant processes. Evidence suggests that contrast-enhanced ultrasonography may be a valuable alternative to invasive diagnostic procedures such as fine-needle aspiration and

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vein, gall bladder, pyloric portion of the stomach, and, when distended, urinary bladder. Visualization of the kidneys was poor. The spleen could be identified in 17 animals, and the gonads could be identified in 22, but were most easily identified in

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cows with clinical mastitis, and lung and spleen samples from a cow that died. Results of a PCR assay performed on joint fluid and lung tissue samples confirmed infection with Mycoplasma bovis . Affected cows were unresponsive to treatment and died or

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RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Surgical management of small intestinal incarceration through the gastrosplenic ligament In horses, the gastrosplenic ligament is a band of omentum that extends from the hilus of the spleen to the greater curvature of the stomach. A

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Splenic liposarcoma in dogs Liposarcoma is an uncommon tumor of the skin and subcutis and is rarely found in visceral organs such as the spleen. Thus, little information is available on outcome of dogs with splenic liposarcoma. In a review of medical

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pedicle is a rare condition in dogs and occurs when the spleen rotates around the gastrosplenic and phrenicosplenic ligaments. Although successful splenic derotation and repositioning have been reported, splenectomy is the most common treatment. In a

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(day 0) revealed that the ferret was quiet but had appropriate mentation. The only abnormality detected was severe pallor of the mucous membranes, nasal planum, and skin. Results of palpation of the abdomen, including the spleen, were unremarkable. The

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