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Clinical Exposures
Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Copper-associated hepatitis in a Doberman

August 1, 2011

The outcome in this dog was not good, illustrating the necessity of identifying this disorder early.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Clinical Exposures: A true dermoid cyst on a golden retriever's dorsal skull

July 1, 2011

The owner of this retriever first noticed the golf-ball-sized mass three days before presentation.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Incidental finding of renal agenesis in a cat

June 1, 2010

An approximately 2-year-old feral female domestic shorthaired cat weighing 6.1 lb (2.8 kg) was presented to a spay and neuter clinic for a routine ovariohysterectomy.

Canine circumanal gland adenoma: The cytologic clues

May 1, 2010

A 9-year-old spayed female golden retriever was presented to the Tufts Veterinary Emergency Treatment and Specialties hospital for evaluation of a perianal mass.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Clinical Exposures: Palpebral reconstruction after entropion surgery in a dog

March 1, 2010

A 9-year-old 46.2-lb (21-kg) spayed female mixed-breed dog was presented to the ophthalmology service at Colorado State University for evaluation of incisional infection and delayed healing after bilateral entropion surgery.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Clinical Exposures: Uterine rupture in an 18-month-old toy poodle

June 1, 2009

An 18-month-old 8.1-lb (3.7-kg) intact female toy poodle was presented for evaluation of inappetence and lethargy of 48 hours' duration.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Preovulatory stasis and dystocia in oviparous lizards

November 1, 2008

A 2-year-old intact female bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) was presented for evaluation of weakness and anorexia.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Clinical Exposures: Incidental finding of a peritoneopericardial hernia in a cat

October 1, 2008

This condition often goes unnoticed for years, and many cases are discovered incidentally on radiographs.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Clinical Exposures: Canine transmissible venereal tumor: The cytologic clues

June 1, 2008

A 3-year-old castrated male Labrador retriever with a history of blood dripping from its penis was referred to the Foster Hospital for Small Animals at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University.

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