Publications by authors named "Domenico Sainato"

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Lacrimal bone agenesis in a dog.

Can Vet J 2021 05;62(5):505-508

Eastcott Referrals, Edison Park, Dorcan Way, Swindon SN3 3RB, Wiltshire, United Kingdom (Rossi, Sainato, Renfrew); Langford Vets, University of Bristol School of Veterinary Sciences, Langford House, Langford, Bristol, BS40 5DU, United Kingdom (Kumaratunga).

A 20-month-old neutered male dachshund dog was referred because of a 10-week history of swelling close to the medial canthus of the left eye. Recurrence of the lesion and cytological appearance of the fluid content were suggestive of inflammation. Computed tomography revealed a triangular-shaped bone defect in the skull deep to the lesion. Computed tomography dacryocystography demonstrated contrast medium pooling within the maxillary recess and nasal cavity rather than filling the lacrimal duct. Lacrimal bone agenesis was diagnosed. Key clinical message: Congenital skull including lacrimal bone agenesis may be responsible for swelling of the medial canthus of the eye and computed tomography dacryocystography is helpful in making a diagnosis.
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May 2021

Sterile osteomyelitis in the ulnar diaphysis of a young indoor cat.

JFMS Open Rep 2020 Jan-Jun;6(1):2055116919899754. Epub 2020 Feb 3.

Eastcott Veterinary Hospital, Swindon, UK.

Case Summary: A 3-year-old neutered male indoor British Shorthair cat was referred for a 2-week history of intermittent right forelimb lameness. Radiographic examination showed a diaphyseal monostotic, expansile, fusiform, lytic lesion in the right ulna. CT further defined the lesion and also demonstrated ipsilateral pulmonary consolidation. Histology was conclusive of osteomyelitis, and microbiology and fluorescence in situ hybridisation analysis (FISH) were negative on aerobic and anaerobic bacterial culture, as well as fungal culture. Clinical and radiographic improvement was seen after anti-inflammatory treatment and a short initial period of antibiosis.

Relevance And Novel Information: This is an unusual monostotic diaphyseal cortical location for osteomyelitis in cats and, moreover, may represent a rare case of sterile osteomyelitis. To our knowledge, non-traumatic osteomyelitis in this location in cats has not been reported in the veterinary literature.
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7000856PMC
February 2020