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- Yoo, Seung H.; Venn, Emilee; Sullivan, Lauren A.; Olver, Christine S.
- Journal of veterinary emergency and critical care 2016 v.26 no.5 pp. 737-742
- thoracic cavity, etc ; acid treatment; dogs; drugs; females; fibrinolysis; hemorrhage; hernia; lungs; monitoring; spaying; vehicles (equipment); Show all 12 Subjects
- ... OBJECTIVE: To describe the thromboelastographic changes in fibrinolysis with ε‐aminocaproic acid treatment in a dog with suspected acute traumatic coagulopathy. CASE SUMMARY: A 9‐year‐old female spayed Airedale Terrier was presented with multiple injuries consistent with motor vehicle trauma. After surgical repair of a diaphragmatic hernia and minor laceration of the right cranial lung lobe, the d ...
- Salvagni, Fernanda Auciello; de Siqueira, Adriana; Fukushima, Andre Rinaldi; Landi, Marina Frota de Albuquerque; Ponge-Ferreira, Heidi; Maiorka, Paulo Cesar
- Forensic science international 2016 v.267 pp. e1
- thoracic cavity, etc ; animal welfare; blood; cats; correctional institutions; crime; death; dogs; forensic sciences; gas chromatography-mass spectrometry; heart; humans; ketamine; lungs; necropsy; plastic bags; police; thorax; Brazil; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Animal cruelty is a known behavior of psychopaths, and although the serial killing of humans is widely acknowledged worldwide, this type of crime against animals is seldom discussed. This report describes the necropsy and toxicological findings of 37 dogs and cats, which were found dead in plastic bags in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The animals had all been in the care of an alleged animal rescuer and were ...
- Lee, Jung Keun; Rosser, Thomas Graham; Cooley, Jim
- thoracic cavity, etc ; Brangus; Fascioloides magna; death; fascioloidiasis; flukes; genes; heifers; internal transcribed spacers; iron; larvae; liver; lungs; necrosis; porphyrins; ribosomal DNA; ribosomal RNA; sequence analysis; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); United States; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... The current report describes the use of a molecular technique to identify immature Fascioloides magna. An 18-month-old Brangus heifer was found dead in the field without any prior clinical signs. The cause of death was exsanguination into the thoracic cavity associated with pulmonary embolization and infection by immature Fascioloides magna resulting in 2 large foci of pulmonary necrosis and focal ...