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May
13

Proximal phalangeal fracture and repair following digit amputation in a calf

by Crilly, J. P., Scott, P.

Fracture and repair of the proximal (first) phalanx of the remaining digit following amputation of the paired digit has not been previously reported. Here, we describe a case of proximal phalangeal fracture in the medial digit following lateral digit...

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May
13

Congenital mandibular myxosarcoma in a foal

by Orsini, J., Foster, D., Habecker, P.

A five-week-old Arabian filly presented with a rapidly expanding congenital mass on the rostral portion of the mandible involving the deciduous incisors (#701–703 and 801–802). Radiographs revealed a mass of soft tissue and bone containing a multicam...

VetRecordCaseReports
May
02

Intestinal adenocarcinoma in a Shetland ewe

by Crilly, J. P., Smith, S. H., Sargison, N. D.

A seven-year-old Shetland ewe presented with a history of chronic weight loss, abdominal distension and intermittent abdominal discomfort. Serum protein levels and abdominal ultrasonographic findings were suggestive of intestinal adenocarcinoma, and ...

VetRecordCaseReports
May
02

Metaldehyde intoxication in a red fox (Vulpes vulpes)

by Sabater, M., Perez, M., Calvo Carrasco, D.

Metaldehyde toxicity has been commonly reported in different species, including dogs, cats, horses, livestock and wildlife, but the authors are not aware of previously described cases in red foxes. A juvenile red fox (Vulpes vulpes) intoxicated with ...

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May
02

Sciatic T-cell neurolymphomatosis in a dog

by Rupp, A., Ives, E., Rudorf, H., Constantino-Casas, F.

Infiltration of peripheral nerves distal to the plexus by neoplastic lymphocytes has been rarely reported in dogs; only one previous case report describes B-cell infiltration of the femoral nerve. A 4.5-year-old female cross-breed dog presented with ...

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