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A 10-year-old 24.6-kg (54.1-lb) spayed female German Shepherd Dog mix was evaluated because of signs of cervical pain of 1 month's duration and acute left pelvic limb lameness of 5 days’ duration.

Clinical and Clinicopathologic Findings

Physical examination revealed signs of pain during left tarsal joint manipulation and an enlarged left popliteal lymph node. Mild to moderate effusion was evident in the left tarsal region (Figure 1). Neurologic examination findings were considered normal other than signs of pain that were elicited on palpation of the midcervical region. Radiography revealed no obvious cervical abnormalities; however, mild thickening of

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History

A 14-year-old 6.3-kg (13.9-lb) spayed female domestic shorthair cat was taken to its primary care veterinarian for a cystectomy to remove a mass from the cranial aspect of the urinary bladder. Histologic evaluation of the excised mass was consistent with a urothelial carcinoma with narrow but clean margins. The following month, possible tumor recurrence in the bladder was detected during an ultrasonographic examination. The cat was then referred to a veterinary teaching hospital for further evaluation.

Clinical and Clinicopathologic Findings

On physical examination at the referral visit, there were no abnormal findings. Abdominal ultrasonography revealed mild focal apical thickening

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