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evaluation of full-body trembling and hyperesthesia. The referring veterinarian reported that the patient originally presented to them for a left thoracic limb paw injury. The patient was subsequently prescribed a course of NSAIDs and discharged home. The

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History An 11-year-old 37.2-kg (81.8-lb) castrated male Labrador Retriever was referred for splenectomy and eyelid mass excision. Five days earlier, the dog had been evaluated by the referring veterinarian because of possible fecal

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thoracic limb. The dog had a history of trauma about 1 year earlier and was presumed at the time to have been hit by a car. The referring veterinarian performed radiography at that time and diagnosed left elbow joint luxation. On physical examination at

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History A 13-year-old 8.7-kg (19.1-lb) castrated male mixed-breed dog was referred to the Neurology Service of the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center for evaluation after being examined by the referring veterinarian 5 days prior

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referring veterinarian had sedated the kitten with IM administration of dexmedetomidine, ketamine, and butorphanol (doses unknown) for radiographic examination because of a 1.5-month history of nasal discharge from the left nostril combined with increased

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intolerance and had developed swelling of the left tarsal joint that resolved following administration of amoxicillin and prednisolone prescribed by the referring veterinarian. The owner reported that the dog had become incontinent and leaked urine when lying

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regular veterinarian for blood pressure measurements, which remained within reference limits. Discussion Pheochromocytomas and paraganglioma are catecholamine-secreting neuroendocrine tumors. Pheochromocytomas arise from the adrenal medulla

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, multilobulated subcutaneous mass on the left pelvic limb. The mass was located on the dorsal midmetatarsal region of the fifth digit. Cytologic examination of a fine-needle aspirate of the mass had been performed by the referring veterinarian 1 month prior to

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release (urination). Results of a CBC and serum biochemistry profile performed by the referring veterinarian were unremarkable. On examination, the dog was bright, alert, and responsive. It had a heart rate of 144 beats/min (reference range, 80 to 160

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referring veterinarian. Thoracic radiography (not shown) was performed by the referring veterinarian, who then canceled resection of the mass and referred the cat because radiographic findings indicated severe aerophagia. On referral examination, the cat

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