Comparative Organ Imaging Lower Urinary Tract

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Johnston GR, Feeney DA. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 1984;25:146-153. Survey and contrast radiography, ultrasonography, and computed tomography are diagnostic imaging modes used to evaluate the urinary bladder, prostate gland, and urethra. Their comparative advantages and limitations for evaluation of the … Read More

Anatomy Of The Canine Orbital Region

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Fike JR, LeCouteur RA, Cann CE. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 1984;25:32-36. Computed tomography (CT) was used to study the normal anatomy of the orbital region in one Beagle. Direct transverse and reformatted dorsal, sagittal, and oblique plane images were used … Read More

Carcinoma of Ectopic Thyroid in a Dog

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Walsh KM, Diters RW. Journal of American Animal Hospital Association 1984;20:665-668. The differential diagnoses for heart base mass include aortic body chemodectoma, ectopic thyroid tumor, ectopic parathyroid tumor, mesothelioma, cardiac myxoma, and lymphadenopathy. The inci- dence of ectopic thyroid neoplasms … Read More

Circulating antitriiodothyronine autoantibodies in two euthyroid patients: apparent lack of interference in total T3 radioimmunoassay based on second antibody or solid phase separation techniques

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Beck-Peccoz P, Romelli PB, Faglia G. J Endocrinol Invest 1983;6:333-340. Two clinically euthyroid patients were noted to have low total T3 levels as assessed by RIA using either dextran-charcoal (DC) or polyethylene glycol (PEG) for separation of bound from unbound … Read More