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Canine-Thorax : A case of pulmonary lobar torsion in a Pug

Pug, male, 2 years old. Acute cough, episode of tachypnea since a few days. The owners report a collapse with cyanotic mucous membranes. Symptomatic treatment by the vet. since then anorexia, mild lethargy and persisting cough. On auscultation, the animal is quiet, respiratory rate is 42 per minute, heart rate 120. Pale mucous membranes, CRT normal. The respiratory sounds and heart sounds are muffled, more prominent in the left cranial thorax. Thoracic radiographs are taken.

Case A case of pulmonary lobar torsion in a Pug
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