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Novel Multicentric Hepatic Lymphoma with Extrahepatic Biliary Obstruction Associated with Duodenal Perforation in a Cat.

Isabella Hildebrandt, Adam Rudinsky, Valerie Parker, Jenessa Winston, Alexandra Wood, Samantha Evans, James Howard,

An 11-year-old male castrated domestic shorthair cat was presented for evaluation due to clinical deterioration and potential extrahepatic biliary obstruction (EHBO). Further investigations confirmed EHBO and revealed severe and previously unreported comorbidities. On initial examination, the cat was markedly icteric with a poor body condition score and severe muscle wasting. ... Read more >>

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[2021, 2021:5808886]

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Myxedema Coma and Acute Hepatopathy in a Dog with Severe Atherosclerosis.

Leah C Giralico, Rebecca Makii, Betsy A Pray, Valerie J Parker,

A 9-year-old male intact mixed-breed dog was presented to The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center for evaluation of two days' duration of weakness, lethargy, inappetence, and one episode of vomiting the day of presentation. On presentation, the dog was depressed and tetraparetic. He was noted to be icteric and ... Read more >>

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Maxillary Dentigerous Cyst with Double Wolf Teeth in a 3-Year-Old Quarter Horse Mare.

Constanze Gutzmer, Pieter Nijdam,

Dentigerous cysts are characterised by the formation of cysts containing dental material with a variable level of development. They are the result of a distinct embryological phenomenon. Usually, they are of significant clinical relevance in horses, especially in tandem with ectopic tooth. Contrarily, supernumerary teeth or typical polyodontias usually have ... Read more >>

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Congenital Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma in a Suckling Piglet.

Jasmine Hattab, Abigail Rose Trachtman, Pietro Giorgio Tiscar, Marco Di Domenico, Jessica Maria Abbate, Antonio Ieni, Giuseppe Marruchella,

A 3-week-old suckling piglet spontaneously died after septicemic colibacillosis. At postmortem examination, bulging and ulcerated lesions were seen, affecting the oral mucosa on the inner surface of the lower lip. After histopathological investigation, the diagnosis of congenital oral squamous cell carcinoma was made. To the best of our knowledge, this ... Read more >>

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Development of Sciatic Neuropraxia following Abdominal Surgery in 3 Giant Breed Dogs.

Laura Marti, Julia P Sumner,

This report describes the clinical course of three giant breed dogs (2 Great Danes and 1 Saint Bernard) that developed sciatic neuropraxia following successful surgical management of gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV). All three patients received physical rehabilitation with varying degrees of success. Two patients died of unrelated causes within ... Read more >>

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Effect of Pravastatin as an Adjunctive Therapeutic for Mitral Insufficiency with Hyperlipidemia in a Dog.

Yu Sahashi, Miwako Sahashi, Yoshiaki Hikasa,

Pravastatin (PS) has been found to increase left ventricle (LV) expansion capacity and decrease LV constriction and left atrial pressure in healthy dogs. To date, there are no available reports on the effects of PS in dogs with hypercholesterolemia with chronic heart failure (CHF). This case report demonstrates a successful ... Read more >>

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Congenital Cataracts and Microphakia with Retinal Dysplasia and Optic Nerve Hypoplasia in a Calf.

Christopher L Siepker, Jennifer L Zimmer, Kathleen M Bedard, Kelsey A Hart, Sarah L Czerwinski, K Paige Carmichael,

<i>Case Description</i>. A two-month-old, female, Aberdeen-Angus calf was presented for congenital cataracts and blindness in both eyes (OU). The dam had a reported history of visual defects (not specified) and had produced other affected calves (per owner history). Ophthalmic examination revealed mature bilateral cataracts, attenuation of the iridic granules, persistent ... Read more >>

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Laparoscopic Diagnosis and Treatment of Gossypiboma Postconventional Ovariohysterectomy in a Bitch.

Maurício Veloso Brun, Paula Cristina Basso, Marília Teresa de Oliveira, Fabíola Dalmolin, Saulo Tadeu Lemos Pinto-Filho, Helen Fialho Hartmann, Stephanie Lanzarini Abati, Marco Augusto Machado-Silva, Daniel Curvello de Mendonça Müller, Francisco Miguel Sanchez-Margallo,

<i>Introduction</i>. Gossypiboma is a rare surgical complication in small animals. The authors reported the laparoscopic diagnosis and treatment of an abdominal gossypiboma and chronic draining fistula postopen ovariohysterectomy (OVH) unresponsive to medical treatment in a bitch. <i>Case Presentation</i>. The patient had undergone OVH and exploratory laparotomy in other veterinary practice ... Read more >>

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Cranial Cruciate Ligament Desmotomies in Sheep Resulting in Peroneus Tertius Injury.

Peter J Welsh, Crystal G Collier, Holly M Clement, Michael N Vakula, Jeffrey B Mason,

Surgical destabilization of the stifle joint via cranial cruciate ligament desmotomy (CCLD) is a routine procedure for the study of osteoarthritis (OA). Traditionally performed in rats, rabbits, cats, and dogs, CCLD in sheep provides an opportunity to study the pathology and treatment of joint instability in a species whose stifle ... Read more >>

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Unilateral Urogenital Disontogeny in a Dog.

Adolfo Maria Tambella, Stefano Martin, Matteo Cerquetella, Daniele Spaziante, Angela Palumbo Piccionello, Andrea Marchegiani, Umberto Faccenda, Giacomo Rossi,

The purpose of this report was to describe an uncommon congenital anomaly in a dog. An 8-year-old, mixed-breed, male dog, was referred because of progressive difficulties on defecation. A complete diagnostic work-up (hematological analysis, radiology, ultrasound, and computed tomography), followed by surgery and histopathology, allowed us to diagnose the condition ... Read more >>

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Surgical Treatment of Oesophagostomum spp. Nodular Infection in a Chimpanzee at the CIRMF Primatology Center, Gabon.

Barthélémy Ngoubangoye, Larson Boundenga, Serge-Ely Dibakou, Thierry-Audrey Tsoumbou, Cyr Moussadji Kinga, Franck Prugnolle, David Fouchet, Dominique Pontier,

Oesophagostomosis is a zoonotic disease caused by nematodes of the genus <i>Oesophagostomum</i> in the intestinal walls of many species, including ruminants, pigs, humans, and nonhuman primates. Although great apes appear to tolerate the parasite in the wild, they can develop a clinical form that can lead to death in captivity ... Read more >>

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Polymicrobial Necrotizing Fasciitis in a Dog: The Involvement of Macrococcus caseolyticus, Proteus mirabilis, and Escherichia coli.

Obed Danso Acheampong, Ben Enyetornye, Dominic Osei,

A male mixed breed dog was presented with two large wounds, extending the epidermis, dermis, and fascia: one at the dorsum of the thoracolumbar region and the other at the lumbosacral area. Lesions had extended inconspicuously to the dorsum of thorax affecting a large area, which showed regions with necrotic ... Read more >>

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Ovine Progressive Pneumonia: Diagnosis and Seroprevalence in the South of Sonora, Mexico.

Mercedes Yannin Borquez Cuevas, Juan Francisco Hernández Chávez, Betsy Armenta Leyva, Jesús Raymundo Cedillo Cobián, Ramón Miguel Molina Barrios,

Ovine progressive pneumonia (OPP) is the most severe presentation of small ruminant lentivirus (SRLV) infection known as Maedi-Visna. Serological evidence in Mexico of the presence of this lentivirus was published in 1986. After that, studies revealed that SRLVs have a broad distribution in Mexico by detecting antibodies or/and molecular tests; ... Read more >>

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Diagnosis of Isolated Cleft of the Anterior Mitral Leaflet in a Dog: A Case Study Using Real-Time Three-Dimensional Echocardiography.

Ryuji Araki, Koji Iwanaga, Kazunori Ueda, Mitsuhiro Isaka,

Isolated cleft of the anterior mitral leaflet (ICAML) in dogs without a septal defect is a rare pathological condition. Until now, only one paper has contributed to the detailed understanding of canine ICAML. Reports have confirmed that 3-dimensional echocardiography (3-DE) is a simple and fast imaging technique that is useful ... Read more >>

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Unusual Myoid Differentiation in a Canine Benign Mixed Mammary Tumour.

Barbara Brunetti, Luisa Vera Muscatello, Louis J DeTolla, Giancarlo Avallone,

This report describes an unusual mesenchymal differentiation in a canine benign mixed mammary tumour. A 13-year-old crossbreed female dog was submitted to surgery to remove an inguinal mammary nodule. The tumour was composed of mammary epithelium and mesenchymal populations, not only of cartilage and bone but also of myoid cells. ... Read more >>

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Clinical, Parasitological, and Serological Follow-Up of Dogs with Sarcoptic Mange Treated Orally with Lotilaner.

F Moog, J Brun, P Bourdeau, M C Cadiergues,

Canine sarcoptic mange is a highly pruritic and contagious skin disease caused by the mite <i>Sarcoptes scabiei</i> var. <i>canis</i>. This case series describes the clinical, parasitological, and serological follow-up of a cohort of eight adult Saint Bernard dogs with confirmed sarcoptic mange, treated orally with lotilaner. Dogs were evaluated initially ... Read more >>

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Pulmonary Sarcomatoid Carcinoma Associated with Arterial Thromboembolism in a Cat.

Aria L Guarino, Albert B Jeon, Jeffrey R Abbott, Richard C Hill,

A 14-year-old, neutered male domestic shorthair cat presented for acute monoparesis with physical exam findings and biochemical data supportive of a distal arterial thromboembolism. Thoracic radiographs revealed an alveolar pattern in the right middle lung lobe and multifocal nodules in other lung lobes. A pulmonary mass was found on necropsy, ... Read more >>

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The First Case Report of Ectopic Hepatic Tissue in a Guinea Pig.

Tohru Kimura, Kengo Inaka,

Ectopic hepatic tissue is an extremely rare developmental abnormality in human beings. Although this lesion is likewise rare in veterinary medicine and there were sparse reports in several species such as dogs, cats, cows, and calves, we incidentally encountered ectopic hepatic tissue in a guinea pig. In the case of ... Read more >>

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Histomorphology and Immunohistochemistry of a Congenital Nephromegaly Demonstrate Concurrent Features of Heritable and Acquired Cystic Nephropathies in a Girgentana Goat (Capra falconeri).

Christian Mayer, Steffen Ormanns, Monir Majzoub-Altweck,

Polycystic kidney diseases (PKD) represent frequent congenital and adult nephropathies in humans and domestic animals. This report illustrates an uncommon state of congenital PKD in a girgentana goat (<i>Capra falconeri</i>). A stillborn female goat kid was submitted for postmortem examination and underwent macroscopic and microscopic examination. The kidneys showed a ... Read more >>

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Right Atrioventricular Valvular Dysplasia in a New Zealand White Rabbit.

Scott D Reed, Melanie E Blaisdell,

A sixteen-week-old, male New Zealand White rabbit was euthanized following an acute onset of respiratory distress and cyanosis. On necropsy, the rabbit had marked right atrioventricular eccentric hypertrophy, absence or rudimentary presence of the septal leaflet of the right atrioventricular valve, focally extensive left ventricular infarction, diffuse hepatic chronic passive ... Read more >>

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Laparoscopic Ovariectomy in a Domestic Yak.

Drew W Koch, Katharine M Simpson, Jeremiah T Easley, Eileen S Hackett,

Owners of a juvenile domestic yak elected bilateral ovariectomy to prevent future reproduction. The yak was noted to be healthy at presentation. Both ovaries were removed using a laparoscopic approach as follows: after induction and maintenance of general inhalant anesthesia, 15 degrees Trendelenburg positioning was required to view the ovaries. ... Read more >>

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Successful Treatment of a Multi-Drug-Resistant Severely Pruritic Hypersensitivity Dermatitis in a Cat.

Urszula Rzeszutek,

A 3-year-old neutered female domestic shorthair cat was presented with a severely pruritic dermatitis. After exclusion of flea allergy dermatitis, ectoparasite infestation, retroviral infection, neoplasia, and cutaneous adverse food reaction, a diagnosis of nonflea, nonfood hypersensitivity dermatitis (NFNFHD) was made. The resolution of complicating bacterial infection and yeast overgrowth did ... Read more >>

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The Rare Occurrence of a Left Atrial Thrombus in a Dog.

Sven Otto, Robert Höpfner,

Intracardiac thrombi are rare in dogs. If they occur, they are mostly seen in the right atrium while only two case reports describing a mural left atrial thrombus in dogs are available. This case report describes a 14-year-old mixed-breed bitch that was presented at the clinic because of dyspnoea. The ... Read more >>

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Percutaneous Cava Stenting in a Dog with Symptomatic Azygos Continuation of the Caudal Vena Cava.

Giovanna Bertolini, Marco Caldin,

This report describes the successful placement of a nitinol stent within the azygos continuation of the caudal vena cava in a 2-year-old, neutered female, English Bulldog with clinical and imaging signs related to venous return chronic obstruction, renal venous thrombi, and chronic renal insufficiency. This noninvasive, interventional radiology procedure was ... Read more >>

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The Use of Self-Inflating Hygroscopic Tissue Expanders to Facilitate Osteosarcoma Removal in a Massasauga Rattlesnake (Sistrurus catenatus).

Kate E Archibald, Brigid Troan, Dustin Smith, Larry J Minter,

A 0.34 kg adult female Massasauga rattlesnake (<i>Sistrurus catenatus</i>) was presented for evaluation of a subcutaneous mass affecting the ventral scales. The mass was diagnosed as a sarcoma via punch biopsy with no evidence of metastasis on diagnostic imaging. Surgical margins of 1-2 cm were planned to achieve complete excision of the ... Read more >>

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