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arthritis as described in this report. The objective of this case report was to raise awareness of the potential for intra-articular subchondral bone sequestrum formation associated with traumatic septic arthritis to enable earlier recognition and

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may include but is not limited to thrombocytopenia, anemia, antiplatelet therapy, septic arthritis, sepsis, and neoplasia. 60 , 61 Overall, PRP is considered safe with multiple meta-analyses finding no statistically significant increase in adverse

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contamination during surgery. 2,3 Postarthroscopy septic arthritis rates ranging from 0.01% to 0.5% have been reported in humans, 3 but information on the prevalence of septic arthritis developing after arthroscopic procedures in horses is sparse. Because of

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localized proximal to the foot. 4 Septic arthritis is the most common joint disease of cattle. 5 The incidence of septic arthritis was 0.11 cases/1,000 calf-days at risk in a longitudinal study 6 of veal calves in Belgium and 0.002 cases/calf-month in a

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signatures of known and unknown biomarkers, rather than a few novel disease markers. We hypothesized that traumatic arthritis in horses leads to changes in synovial fluid composition, altering the infrared absorption pattern of synovial fluid samples, and

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NSAID licensed for use in dogs, and it is commonly used for the treatment of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and as a perioperative analgesic. In a clinical evaluation of carprofen, dogs with osteoarthritis had significant improvement in the

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the analgesic efficacy of meloxicam in parrots with experimentally induced arthritis, with extent of weight bearing and rotational perch walking used as outcome measures. Materials and Methods Animals —Adult (range, 4 to 20 years old; mean ± SD

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Introduction Septic arthritis is a common joint disease and an important source of lameness in cattle that negatively impacts animal welfare and consequently results in economic losses to the industry. 1 , 2 , 3 Septic arthritis can occur

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–27 Intra-articular injection of polyene antimicrobials such as amphotericin B results in disruption of lysosomes and release of inflammatory mediators, leading to synovitis. 27 We reported the use of an amphotericin B–induced transient synovitis-arthritis

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Septic arthritis is a common complication of sepsis in foals and results in prolonged treatment and substantial medical expense and is associated with a poor prognosis. 1,2 In neonatal foals, septic arthritis is most commonly caused by

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