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Canine Leg Swelling: Jasmine’s Mysterious Swelling And Another Experience With Telemedicine

Canine Leg Swelling: Jasmine’s Mysterious Swelling And Another Experience With Telemedicine

Peripheral edema can be the result of allergies, immune, or heart issues. Localized or single-limb edema may result from injury, such as from a car accident, burns, obstruction in an artery (due to a blood clot), contact with toxic agents, such as a snake bite or bee sting, abnormal tissue growth (known as neoplasia) in the lymphatic tissues of the body, or high pressure in…

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Head-Shaking and Swollen Lymph Nodes: Murphy’s Indolent T Cell Lymphoma

Head-Shaking and Swollen Lymph Nodes: Murphy’s Indolent T Cell Lymphoma

Sometimes, when you hear hooves, zebras show up. The most common cause of excessive head-shaking is discomfort in the ears. The causes might include: allergies foreign bodies inflammation infections parasites polyps Infections, on the other hand, are typically secondary to another problem, such as allergies. Further reading: Excessive Head Shaking in Dogs Lymph nodes are part of the lymphatic system;…

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Severe Neck Pain in a Dog: Andy’s Story

Severe Neck Pain in a Dog: Andy’s Story

When your dog develops severe neck pain, the first obvious suspect is a mechanical issue in the spine, such as intervertebral disc disease or trauma. But what if it is not that? The common causes of neck pain in dogs include: congenital malformations intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) degenerative disease muscle strain trauma tumors inflammatory disease Further information: Neck and Back…

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