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A 13-week-old 0.87-kg sexually intact female domestic shorthair cat was presented to MedVet Cincinnati's emergency service for evaluation of a suspected urinary tract obstruction based on the lack of recent use of the litterbox with concurrent onset of abnormal behaviors that included reluctance to greet the owner, inappetence, and lethargy. The owner reported that the patient had developed epiphora and nasal discharge overnight and had a sudden-onset of sneezing. No vomiting, diarrhea, or coughing was reported.

On examination, the patient was quiet, alert, and responsive. On physical examination, it was noted that the patient was atypically small in size

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
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An approximately 1-year-old 22.7-kg (50-lb) castrated male Australian Shepherd mix was evaluated because of a 2-day history of vomiting, lethargy, and anorexia. A mass associated with the mesentery at the ileocecal junction was excised at the time of neutering 5 months earlier. Histologic examination of the mass revealed steatitis and granulomatous inflammation; no neoplastic cells were found. This mass was suspected to have been induced by abdominal trauma or peritonitis. The patient recovered uneventfully from surgery.

On initial evaluation, the patient was febrile (40.22°C [104.4°F]) and lethargic and appeared uncomfortable and a firm mass was palpated in its midabdominal

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association