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the musculoskeletal structures of the tarsus. The diagnostic plan included serum biochemical analysis (to rule out metabolic abnormalities) and diagnostic imaging of the hind limbs (to assess for musculoskeletal problems). Diagnostic test findings

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include anorexia, lethargy, dyspnea (secondary to pneumonia), fever, weight loss, icterus (secondary to hepatitis or cholangiohepatitis), myocarditis, gastrointestinal tract signs, abdominal effusion, musculoskeletal pain, ocular disease, neurologic

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reported, but 2 case series 2,3 describing this type of neoplasm in this species have been published. In 35 horses (median age, 12 years) with disseminated hemangiosarcoma, clinical signs were most commonly referable to the musculoskeletal and respiratory

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aminotransferase activity and cholesterol concentration evident in the dog of this report were the most reliable indicators of hyperadrenocorticism. 4 The most common musculoskeletal signs in dogs with hyperadrenocorticism are related to muscle weakness. 5

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thoracolumbar radiography, abdominal ultrasonography, echocardiography, and MRI of the lumbar and lumbosacral portions of the vertebral column (to assess for musculoskeletal problems). Diagnostic test findings —The CBC results revealed mild neutrophilia (14

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the left limb attributable to compression or inflammation of a nerve, musculoskeletal disease, tendon or ligament disease, arthropathy, or disease involving the weight–bearing surface of the foot such as the footpads Delayed postural reactions in

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Chiari-like malformation Mildly decreased left hind limb conscious proprioception and left forelimb withdrawal and extensor carpi reflexes Musculoskeletal or orthopedic disease and caudal cervical spinal cord (C6-T2) lesion Likely

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