Rabbit Medicine and Surgery Q&A 21

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A seven-year-old entire female Dutch rabbit, housed indoors, presents with weight loss, anorexia and acute-onset severe dyspnoea and rapid fatigue. The rabbit is thin, alert but weak. Mucous membranes are cyanotic but capillary refill time and pulse are normal. Abdominal palpation is tense. Lung sounds are generally decreased. There is a poor response to oxygen therapy. Lateral and dorsoventral radiographs are shown.

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