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disease); laryngeal examination under sedation (to rule out laryngeal paralysis as the cause of dyspnea); thoracic radiography (to identify any evidence of metastatic disease); magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and caudal portion of the nasal cavity

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that both olfactory bulbs were displaced rostrally into the caudal half of the right nasal cavity owing to absence of the cribriform plate on the right ( Figure 1 ) . The nasal septum was moderately deviated toward the left, resulting in a moderately

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bullae with hyperintense (on T1-weigthed, T2-weighted, and FLAIR images) non–contrast-enhancing material was evident. The nasal cavity and cribriform plate were considered normal, and the retropharyngeal lymph nodes were not included in images. On the

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antibody titers (determined by immunofluorescence assays). Planned diagnostic imaging included MRI of the head, including the oral and nasal cavities. Diagnostic test findings —Results of testing for circulating Dirofilaria immitis antigen and

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severe bilateral mydriasis and intermittent stertor. There was no ocular or nasal discharge, and fundic examination findings for both eyes were considered normal. What is the problem? Where is the lesion? What are the most probable causes of this

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with disruption of the right sympathetic pathway; because only miosis was apparent, the disruption would have been only partial. The bilaterally decreased menace and nasal stimulation responses were attributed to multifocal lesions involving cranial

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that extended from the mid-dorsal nasal area caudally to the occipital protuberance and a 1.2-cm depressed fracture of the right frontal bone close to the dorsal midline. Contrast-enhancing meningeal changes were noted diffusely throughout the right

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branch of the right cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve) Decreased sensation in response to stimulation of the nasal mucosa in the right naris Ophthalmic branch of the right cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve) Likely location of 1

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system) Propulsive gait Prosencephalon (cerebral cortex, thalamus, or limbic system) Seizures Prosencephalon (cerebral cortex or thalamus) Decreased nasal sensation Prosencephalon (cerebral cortex or thalamus), brainstem

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and polydipsia, and the dog was treated intraocularly with a nasal formulation of 0.01% desmopressin acetate (100 μg/mL). Analysis of a urine sample revealed specific gravity of 1.005, pH of 5.0, and no evidence of protein. Additionally, several small

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