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A 9-year-old 59.0-kg (129.8-lb) sexually intact male alpaca was examined because of enlargement of the right testicle. The owners noticed the enlarged testicle when they recently had the alpaca sheared; however, the exact duration of enlargement was unknown. The alpaca had not been used for breeding and did not have any previous health problems. The owners had not noticed any changes in behavior.

On physical examination, the alpaca had a rectal temperature of 38.1°C (100.6°F; reference range, 37.5°C to 38.9°C [99.5°F to 102°F]), heart rate of 70 beats/min (reference range, 60 to 90 beats/min), and respiratory rate of 20

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A 9-year-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat was referred for evaluation of a 1 × 2 × 1-cm mass over the lateral aspect of the right pelvic limb. On palpation, the mass was firm, with irregular borders and an attachment proximally on the body wall. Twenty-nine months prior to examination, the cat had received a vaccine against rabies in the distal portion of the right pelvic limb. At 4 weeks of age, the cat had negative test results for FeLV and had subsequently never been vaccinated against FeLV or retested. Results of serum biochemical analysis and a CBC were

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