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    • Abdominal serosal cysts in an adult male llama (Lama glama) 

      Osmundson, Susanna (2011-03-09)
      A 4-year-old male intact llama presented for a two-month history of scrotal swelling and a one month history of abdominal distension. On physical exam the abdomen was taut and distended, and the animal was in poor body ...
    • An abdominal spindle cell tumor in an 18 year old mare 

      Tomlinson, Joy (2009-09-02)
      A large (50 x 25 x 20 cm), complex echoic, ventral abdominal mass was detected by ultrasound examination of an 18 year old thoroughbred mare with a history of chronic ill-thrift and colic. Histologically, the mass consisted ...
    • Abdominal wall hernia secondary to chronic oviductal disease in a cockatiel 

      Wong, Courtney A. (2012-10-31)
      A 5-year old intact female lutino cockatiel presented for a chronic non-reducible hernia in the right flank. The bird had been treated unsuccessfully via centesis and drain placement. Upon presentation, the cockatiel had ...
    • Abortion secondary to B-cell lymphoma in a 5 year-old Quarter Horse mare 

      Dowling, Jessica (2011-04-27)
      A 5 year old Quarter Horse gelding presented to the Cornell University Equine Hospital with a 1.5 month history of chronic renal failure. Beginning at approximately 9 months of age, the gelding had been polyuric, and began ...
    • Accuracy and cost effectiveness of the pregnancy-specific protein B serum ELISA for pregnancy diagnosis in dairy cattle 

      Smith, Alicia (2006-08-30)
      Data collected from an 870-cow dairy herd using the Pregnancy-Specific Protein B (PSPB) serum ELISA for pregnancy diagnosis in lactating dairy cattle in place of rectal palpation. Data was compiled from 8 months of laboratory ...
    • Acquired amegakaryocytic thrombocytopenia 

      Honarchian, Roubina (2011-02-09)
      An eight year old, male castrated Basenji presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals Emergency Service for a one week history of unusual licking and swallowing behavior. On the day of presentation, the owner ...
    • Acquired Myasthenia Gravis in a 2-year-old Scottish Terrier 

      Chandler, Alyssa M. (2014-04-09)
      A two-year-old female spayed Scottish terrier was presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals for acute onset of weakness, exercise intolerance, coughing, regurgitation, and vomiting. The patient was evaluated ...
    • Acquired myasthenia gravis in a German Shepherd dog 

      Mastromauro, Michael (2011-10-26)
      A five-year old male castrated German Shepherd dog, presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA) Emergency Service on September 11th, 2011 for hindlimb paresis and aspiration pneumonia. On initial ...
    • Acquired pyloric outflow obstruction in a Warmblood mare 

      Phan, Kim Anh (2013-03-13)
      A 19-year-old Warmblood mare presented to the Cornell University Equine and Food Animal Hospital for chronic colic. She had a 9-month history of repeated colic, with episodes increasing in frequency and severity. She had ...
    • Acquired skin fragility in a cat with multicentric lymphosarcoma 

      Vrudny, Jamie L.M. (2006-11-29)
      A sixteen-year-old male castrated domestic shorthair cat presented to Cornell University's Community Practice Service with a chief complaint of lethargy and anorexia. On physical examination his skin was easily torn from ...
    • Acute hepatic necrosis following xylitol ingestion in a 2-year-old dog 

      Wentworth, Hillary (2009-10-14)
      A 2-year-old intact female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel presented to the triage service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA) with a 5-day history of icterus, severe lethargy, anorexia, and vomiting. The ...
    • Acute idiopathic ataxia in a Quarter Horse 

      Cassano, Jennifer Michelle (2013-02-13)
      A 15-year-old Quarter Horse gelding presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals for the primary complaint of acute ataxia. Earlier that day he was noted to appear off during work and was then seen to be ...
    • Acute liver failure in a horse 

      Perez, Laura M. (2002-09-25)
      "Rebel," a 13 year old quarter horse gelding, presented to the Large Animal Clinic at Cornell University in mid-June for a four day history of icterus, change in attitude and lethargy. Rebel was kept on a 4 acre pasture ...
    • Acute myeloid leukemia in an 8 year old Warmblood mare 

      Johnson, Betsy (2008-11-12)
      On clinical examination, an eight-year-old Warmblood mare with history of intermittent fever of unknown origin, showed fever (40.2 Celsius), and painful submandibular lymphadopathy. Hematologic findings revealed pancytopenia, ...
    • Acute myeloid leukemia in an Irish Setter 

      Englar, Ryane (2007-10-03)
      An eight year old male castrated Irish Setter presented to the Emergency/Critical Care Service at Cornell University's Hospital for Animals in April 2007 after an acute onset of emesis and melena that was preceded by a two ...
    • Acute paraparesis in an 8 year-old Boxer 

      Malone, Erin K. (2004-11-17)
      Fibrocartilaginous embolic myelopathy (FCEM) is a common cause of spinal cord infarction, resulting in an acute, non-progressive, non-painful neurological lesion, with clincal signs that correspond to the neuroanatomic ...
    • Acute Polyradiculoneuritis in a Mixed Breed Dog 

      Burkland, Erica (2014-04-02)
      A 3-year-old castrated male mixed breed dog presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals Emergency Service on August 3rd, 2013 with a 5-day history of acute ascending tetraparesis. On July 28th, the patient ...
    • Acute renal failure due to raisin ingestion and indications for hemodialysis 

      Lopez, Julio (2008-02-20)
      This paper describes an eight-month-old dog that developed acute renal failure due to raisin ingestion as well as the process, indications and potential complications of hemodialysis. The dog had ingested three ounces of ...
    • Acute respiratory distress syndrome in a Thoroughbred gelding 

      Verheggen, Gretchen E. (2013-09-11)
      A 12-year old Thoroughbred gelding presented with a recent history of severe cough and serosanguinous frothy nasal discharge, and a more chronic history of lymphangitis. On presentation, the horse was in severe respiratory ...
    • Acute tympany in a bovine 

      Raemsch, Robert P. (1950)