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intermittently during the previous 6 months, but the lesion would only temporarily resolve. Because the lesion continued to recur, the referring veterinarian elected to explore the sinus tract surgically in an effort to identify the underlying cause. In the

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examination by the zoo veterinarian. The otter was born in captivity and had been transferred to its current location approximately 7 years prior to this evaluation. No changes in appetite, signs of oral pain (eg, ptyalism, dropping of food, or preference for

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fracture 1 month prior to this examination. The dog was reluctant to eat on the day of the fracture but had no apparent issues with eating afterward. The patient was also receiving medical treatment from the referring veterinarian for glaucoma of both eyes

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following a routine periodontal treatment by the primary care veterinarian; at that time, severe periodontal disease was noted at the left maxillary first molar and the right mandibular canine teeth. Preoperative physical examination revealed a rectal

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History and Physical Examination Findings A 7-year-old castrated male American Staffordshire Terrier was evaluated because of an oral mass. The referring veterinarian reported a thickened area distal to the right mandibular canine tooth and a

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dog had fallen down a set of stairs and been evaluated at an emergency center. The attending veterinarian suspected that the dog had sustained trauma to the jaws and face but was unable to examine the dog without sedation, which was declined. A grade

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dorsum of the nose 5 months prior to referral. Previous treatments implemented by the referring veterinarian included extractions of selected premolar teeth and courses of orally administered enrofloxacin and orbifloxacin. Despite ongoing antimicrobial

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prior to presentation, the primary care veterinarian evaluated the dog for an enlarged right mandibular lymph node and the inability to open the jaw without crying out in pain. Deracoxib (1 mg/kg [0.5 mg/lb], PO, q 24 h) was prescribed, and sedated skull

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patient was referred for further imaging and treatment. Figure 1 Lateral intraoral radiograph views of the right caudal mandible. Image was provided by the referring veterinarian. At presentation a week later, a general physical examination

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patient was neutered 2 months prior to this evaluation. At that time, the left mandibular canine tooth had also failed to erupt. The referring veterinarian observed no other apparently missing teeth, but a class III malocclusion (relative mandibular

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