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Introduction Splenic torsion can present in both acute and chronic forms ranging from acute collapse, abdominal pain, and shock to chronic weakness and hematuria. 1 Diagnosis can be challenging, but early surgical management is recommended to

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12-year-old Quarter Horse gelding (horse 3), a 14-year-old Quarter Horse mare (horse 4), a 12-year-old Thoroughbred mare (horse 5), and a 16-year-old Peruvian Paso Fino gelding (horse 6) determined to have torsion of a liver lobe at 4 referral

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analysis. Table 1— Results of preoperative clinical laboratory testing in 7 juvenile (< 12 months old) dogs with lung lobe torsion. Variable No. of dogs * Mean Median Range Reference range WBCs (cells/μL) 7

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the study reported here was to describe the axial compressive and torsional mechanical properties of the tibiotarsal bones of red-tailed hawks. We hypothesized that the torsional properties of those bones would be positively correlated with their

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Liver lobe torsion is an uncommon condition of unknown etiology that has been identified in dogs, cats, horses, sows, rabbits, otters, and humans. 1–23 In dogs, clinical signs are typically nonspecific and surgical findings and outcome are

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Isolated torsion of the splenic pedicle, or PST, is a rare condition in dogs and occurs when the spleen rotates around the gastrosplenic and phrenicosplenic ligaments. 1,2 It is most commonly reported in large- or giantbreed, deep-chested dogs

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intestines. On the basis of the abdominal ultrasonographic findings, a diagnosis of liver lobe torsion was made. Figure 1— Transverse ultrasonographic image of the abdomen of a 1.5-year-old rabbit that was evaluated for anorexia and hiding behavior

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angular and torsional deformities characterized by bowing of the antebrachium and external torsion of the carpal joint. The left side was more severely affected with hyperflexion of the carpus. There was also pain on hyperextension of the left elbow joint

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Introduction Liver lobe torsion is an uncommon disease that has been reported in dogs, 1 cats, 2 , 3 horses, 4 pigs, 5 an otter, 6 camels, 7 a ferret, 8 a guinea pig, 9 and rabbits. 10 Although the prevalence of liver lobe torsions

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Lung lobe torsion is a rare life-threatening clinical condition that has been reported 1–3 in dogs, cats, and humans. Lung lobe torsion may be defined as the rotation of a lung lobe along its long axis with twisting of the bronchovascular pedicle

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