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Background: Rapid and precise measurement of total and differential nucleated cell counts is a crucial diagnostic component of cavitary and synovial fluid analyses. Objectives: The objectives of this study included (1) evaluation of reliability and precision of canine and equine fluid total...

Author(s)
Brudvig, J. M.; Swenson, C. L.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2015, 44, 4, pp 570-579
Abstract

Background: Analysis of body fluids includes an estimate of total nucleated cell count (TNCC). Automated methods may enhance the accuracy and timeliness of TNCC results. Objective: The purpose of this report was to assess the ability of the ADVIA 120 hematology analyzer to accurately count...

Author(s)
Gorman, M. E.; Villarroel, A.; Tornquist, S. J.; Flachsbart, J.; Warden, A.; Boeder, L.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2009, 38, 3, pp 388-391
Abstract

Cases involving pleural and peritoneal effusions occur relatively frequently in clinical practice. Determining the underlying etiology in these cases relies mainly on fluid analysis. The technique used for obtaining the pleural or peritoneal fluid can impact greatly the results of the analysis....

Author(s)
Athanasiou, L. V.; Spyropoulou, M.; Meichner, K.
Publisher
Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society, Athens, Greece
Citation
Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society, 2019, 70, 3, pp 1589-1602
Abstract

AIM: To develop a technique to estimate the volume of epithelial lining fluid (ELF) obtained during bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) and pleural lavage (PL) in the dog, using the urea dilution method. METHODS: BAL and PL fluids were obtained by saline lavage of pulmonary and pleural cavities of nine...

Author(s)
Mills, P. C.; Litster, A. L.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 2005, 53, 6, pp 423-427
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Primary cardiac lymphoma as a cause for pericardial effusion and cardiac tamponade is uncommon in dogs. Diagnosis and treatment of cardiac lymphoma is challenging, with guarded prognosis. A German shepherd dog was presented with an enlarged abdomen, reduced appetite, dyspnoea and nocturnal...

Author(s)
Edirimanne, E. R. K. V.; Ekanayake, W. M. P. D.; Anupama, N. M. T.
Publisher
Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, Kuliyapitya, Sri Lanka
Citation
Wayamba Journal of Animal Science, 2018, 10, pp 1485-1498
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Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Advances in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, 2016, 29, 5, pp 4-5
Abstract

This article reports on two cases of body cavity effusions in dogs. The first was in a 3-year-old castrated collie which was presented for labored breathing, shortness of breath, and collapse. Physical examination revealed muffled heart and lung sounds with synchronous peripheral pulses. Thoracic...

Author(s)
Beatty, S. S. K.; Wamsley, H. L.
Publisher
Educational Concepts LLC, Tulsa, USA
Citation
NAVC Clinician's Brief, 2012, No.November, pp 84-85
Abstract

Neoplasms are an important cause of death in small animals. Some cancers that affect the body cavity and internal organs are responsible for the formation of liquid inside, and the examination of such fluid is extremely important to reveal its etiology. This report describes a case of neoplastic ...

Author(s)
França, R. T.; Martins, D. B.; Mazzanti, C. M.; Fighera, R. A.; Lopes, S. T. dos A.
Publisher
Editora Guará, São Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Clínica Veterinária, 2010, 15, 89, pp 60-62
Abstract

Only a small amount of fluid is naturally present in body cavities of healthy dogs and cats. Increased amount of these fluids in the pericardial, pleural and abdominal cavities is called effusion. The evaluation of fluid samples is of great importance in identifying the mechanism causing effusion...

Author(s)
Foršek, J.; Matijatko, V.; Kiš, I.; Crnogaj, M.; Kučer, N.
Publisher
Hrvatsko Veterinarsko Društvo (Croatian Veterinary Society), Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Hrvatski Veterinarski Vjesnik, 2006, 29, 4, pp 283-290
Abstract

A review covering formation of body cavity fluids, and normal and abnormal features of pleural, peritoneal and intraocular fluids.

Author(s)
O'Brien, J.; Lumsden, J. H.
Citation
Seminars in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (Small Animal), 1988, 3, 2, pp 140-156

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