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Table 2 Demographics of all included dogs

From: Texture analysis of pulmonary parenchymateous changes related to pulmonary thromboembolism in dogs – a novel approach using quantitative methods

GROUP BREED AGE SEX
Healthy Beagle 4 years M/C
Healthy Beagle 4 years M/C
Healthy Beagle 3 years F/S
Healthy Beagle 3 years F/S
Healthy Beagle 3 years F/S
Healthy Beagle 3 years F/S
Diseased with PTE German Shepherd 11 years M
Diseased with PTE Australian Shepherd 11 years F/S
Diseased with PTE Siberian Husky 7 years F/S
Diseased with PTE German Shepherd 3 years F/S
Diseased with PTE German Shepherd 1 year M/C
Diseased with PTE Viszla 2 years F/S
Diseased with PTE German Shepherd 10 years M
Diseased without PTE Golden Retriever 11 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Cocker Spaniel 7 years M/C
Diseased without PTE Silky Terrier 13 years F/S
Diseased without PTE English Springer Spaniel 9 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Pug 9 years F/S
Diseased without PTE English Bulldog 9 years M/C
Diseased without PTE Cocker Spaniel 12 years M/C
Diseased without PTE Gordon Setter 10 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Mixed breed 7 years M/C
Diseased without PTE Weimaraner 11 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Bernese Mountain Dog 4 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Cocker Spaniel 7 years M/C
Diseased without PTE Fox Terrier 12 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Jack Russel Terrier 8 years M/C
Diseased without PTE West Highland White Terrier 12 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Mixed breed 10 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Labrador Retriever 3 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Labrador Retriever 12 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Golden Retriever 10 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Labrador Retriever 4 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Beagle 10 years F/S
Diseased without PTE Mixed breed 13 years M/C