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diagnosis of PH in dogs with these diseases. Morphologic CT analysis of the pulmonary blood vessels in healthy dogs and dogs with diseases such as pulmonary thromboembolism has been undertaken previously. 12 – 14 However, a quantitative comparison between

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. Definitive diagnosis relies on positive fungal culture from infected tissues using media, including Sabaroud dextrose agar and bird seed agar. Cross-sectional imaging, particularly CT, is an important diagnostic tool for investigating patients with URT

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allow optimization of therapy to improve outcomes for these patients, which have a guarded prognosis. 5 , 6 , 8 , 9 Only limited reports of MRI or CT findings in cats and dogs with CNS cryptococcosis exist. Sykes 6 described the MRI or CT findings in

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medicine has also led to challenges in developing scanning and contrast administration protocols that result in adequate synchronization between desired vascular phases and CT data acquisition. 14 , 23 – 26 This challenge arises because the timing and

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basis of a patient's neurologic history, general condition, and suspected lesion type. Indeed, equipment availability and economic considerations are also factors in that choice. Relative to MRI evaluations, CT examinations are faster and therefore

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of the esophageal ostium relative to the rima glottidis in adult Labrador Retrievers with the use of CT. The hypothesis was that the mean left esophageal percentage (LEP) would be > 50%. Materials and Methods Animals The medical records

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traditionally been assessed by means of radiography, with several available grading schemes, including the International Elbow Working Group (IEWG) grading scheme, based on the size of the largest osteophyte. 1 , 8 – 12 CT is now commonly used for assessing

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been noted in both people and dogs secondary to systemic mycotic infection. When a mycotic infection is suspected, abdominal ultrasonography with color flow Doppler ultrasonography or CT angiography can be considered to screen these patients for

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histologically 19 and by using micro-CT. 20 The diagnosis of MCD remains challenging, with direct examination of the medial compartment via arthroscopy (alone or in combination with additional imaging) remaining the gold standard. 11 Radiography has been the

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scintigraphy in horses, 12 and using CT angiography (CTA) in ponies. 13 The beneficial effect of PiNO on oxygenation indices in anesthetized horses has been described in numerous studies. 14 – 19 However, if PiNO is administered to mechanically ventilated

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