What is your diagnosis? [congenital ...
|Title||What is your diagnosis? [congenital bronchooesophageal fistula in dog]|
|Author(s)||Shelley A. Burton, D. J. Honor, Barbara S. Horney, A. W. Basher, P. M. Hogan|
|Journal||Veterinary Clinical Pathology|
|Abstract||A 1-year-old Cairn Terrier had a history of chronic coughing which was worse after eating or drinking and which had not responded to antibiotics or corticosteroids. The dog had increased bronchial tones and a mild neutrophilia and a transtracheal aspirate showed neutrophilic inflammation with sepsis. A diagnosis of congenital bronchooesophageal fistula was made by thoracic radiography and fluoroscopic examination following oral administration of a barium sulfate solution. This was corrected by surgery..|
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