W Castleman

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A 5-year-old terrier-type dog with a 3-week history of progressive lameness, swelling, and pain in the left hindlimb suddenly became paralyzed in the right hindlimb. Because of a poor prognosis, the dog was euthanatized. Necropsy revealed mature heartworms (Dirofilaria immitis) in the femoral arteries as well as in the right side of the heart and pulmonary(More)
A 6-month-old male castrated, 21-kg Weimaraner developed seizures after surgical castration and umbilical hernia repair. Two weeks earlier, presurgical laboratory abnormalities included lymphocytosis (7,800/lL), eosinophilia (1,700/lL), monocytosis (1,200/lL), basophilia (170/lL), thrombocytosis (459,000/lL), and an elevated ALP activity (135 IU/ L). Blood(More)
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