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  • Signs of labored breathing.
  • No known history of trauma.
  • Necropsy revealed a normal sternum but no ventral fusion of the diaphragm to the body wall.
  • The small intestines herniated into the cranial thorax.
  • A congenital defect is most likely given the lack of history of trauma.
  • 2015 Case 6 PDF