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Introduction Although the interest in using MRI to diagnose neurological disorders in dogs is increasing, the cold examination environment and prohibition of commercial active heating instruments during the procedure contribute to hypothermia

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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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retrospective study using case populations obtained from 7 veterinary neurology referral centers. The medical records were reviewed from 2017 to 2021 for all cats presenting with clinical signs consistent with CCS that underwent MRI of the cervical spinal cord

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Computed tomography and MRI are used in the detection of various intracranial lesions in humans and other animals. Each method has specific advantages and disadvantages in lesion characterization, but the method used is not chosen solely on the

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, which may alter the progression and prognosis of the disease, in dogs with MMVD. Recently, advanced diagnostic imaging with cardiac MRI has provided valuable and novel information for human patients with chronic heart diseases similar to MMVD in dogs

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Degenerative spinal disease, a common ailment in people and dogs, 1,2 is characterized by degeneration of different spinal structures, and IVD degeneration has been most investigated. 3–5 To date, MRI is considered the most reliable diagnostic

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the spine at their insertion with a bone cutter. To optimize MRI image acquisition, the limb was sawed mid-radius. MRI study MRI (1.5 Tesla magnet GE Signa Echospeed HDx; GE Healthcare) of the thoracic limb and left part of the thoracic wall

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

localization of signs of pain to a specific region followed by diagnostic imaging of that region to arrive at a diagnosis. Ultrasonography and MRI are considered the most clinically useful diagnostic imaging modalities for diagnosis of supraspinatus

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support, induction with fentanyl (0.005 mg/kg, IV) and propofol (5 mg/kg, IV), intubation, and maintenance with inhalant isoflurane (vaporizer setting, 1% to 2%) in oxygen (flow rate, 1 L/min), for MRI (Signa Excite 1.5T scanner, GE Healthcare). Images of

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techniques are used in human medicine, more work is needed to establish the correlation between human and canine imaging. MRI can identify brain atrophy, which in addition to clinical signs of behavioral changes in dogs over 10 years old, is diagnostic for

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research