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Smoke's Necropsy Results #1391333
06/24/15 02:09 PM
06/24/15 02:09 PM
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Longview, Texas
Kris_N_Zoe Offline OP
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Part 1: A few things were miscommunicated, I will correct them in (Blue)
TEXOMA VETERINARY HOSPITAL
Patient: SMOKE HAYDEN (22144 2)
Species: Rodent (Marsupial)
Breed: Rodent (Sugar Glider)
Gender: Male
Year of Birth: 2014 (September 2013)
Client: HAYDEN
Requisition #: 18491992
Accession #: E9244016
Account Code: 2507
veterinarian: TIDWELL,DAVID
Panel/Profile: Necropsy, Small Exotics
Pathology
6/19/2015 (Order Received)
6/22/2015 @ 5:53 PM (Last Updated)
Source / History: Patient presented for examination after a 2 (1, *Note-occured over the weekend) day history of diarrhea, severe
lethargy. Died overnight (mid-day)-- Patient was started on metronidazole but
only got 1 dose (3 doses) before death. On necropsy, the area around the
stomach, pancreas and duodenum appeared necrotic with caseated
pus/yellow firm areas. I have sent the intestines, stomach and
pancreatic areas with abnormal tissue for analysis.
A1: 1. Spleen; 2. Stomach; 3. Necrotic fat
A2: 5. Small intestine; 6. Large intestine
Microscopic
Description
A microscopic description is not included on mini histology and
professional interest reports.
Microscopic
Interpretation
(Biopsy)
1. Minimal white pulp prominence with regional, episplenic
saponification of fat
2. Mural and perigastric, necrohemorrhagic, mural gastritis and
peritonitis
3. Coagulative to liquefactive necrosis with intralesional bacteria
4. Minimal, pleocellular, proprial infiltrates
5. Moderate dilatation with mild, pleocellular, proprial infiltration
Comments: The tissue sections lack definitive pancreatic tissue. There is a
section of necrotic tissue that may be necrotic adipose or possibly
necrotic pancreas, however, the degree of necrosis precluded a more
definitive tissue identification. However, this tissue contains
aggregates of oval organisms that may represent saprophytic bacteria
or possibly some other type of colonizing organisms. There is
associated and severe, necrohemorrhagic, inflammation associated with
the serosa and wall of the stomach as well as the serosal surface of
the spleen. Similar changes cannot be confirmed on the surfaces of the
other sections of intestine. Therefore, this patient appears to have
had a localized, necrotizing peritonitis. This could have been from a
penetrating wound, either a foreign body penetrating the wall of the
intestine or a penetrating wound through the external body wall into
the peritoneal cavity.
Special histochemical stains will be applied at no additional charge
and significant results will be reported in an added report.

That is all I know for now, will add further information when the histopath results come in.


Pibble pup Jenson jump Glide free: Smoke (6/16/15) and Zoey (10/2/15) :rbridge:
Re: Smoke's Necropsy Results [Re: Kris_N_Zoe] #1391391
06/26/15 07:26 PM
06/26/15 07:26 PM
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Posts: 5,389
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Joined: Apr 2012
Posts: 5,389
Maryland
Thank you Kris, and again, I'm sorry you're going through this.


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