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A 12 years old small mixed breed dog was presented due to an acute collapse. On palpation an abdominal mass was suspected, therefore an abdominal ultrasound was performed. Look at the video below and take the poll. Use the comments link to answer, what caused the collapse?
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This is a case of a large dentigerous cyst that was discovered during a routine dental. There were no external signs and I wouldn't have detected it without the dental radiographs... these cysts can cause a lot of problems if left untreated.
These shows how important it is to take dental radiograph routinley
Funally after being to busy to update the website I had some times. Check out the new ultrasound images I have uploaded by clicking here
This is a case of a 14 years old cat that was treated for acute renal failure due to pyelonephritis. The cat was responding well to treatment, but after 4 days a progressive eleation in the total bilirubin ws noted.
Here are some ultrasound images for your interpetation.
The first video is of the liver
second video- left limb of the pancreas
third video- duodenum, duadenal papilla, right limb of the pancreas.
Use the comments link to post your interpretation
This is a cat that presented for weight loss evaluation. Chest rads reveled this hernia, which is a peritoneo-pericardial hernia, which can look pretty scary, but is usually just an incidental finding that does not require treatment.
Click here for more info on this condition
These radiographs are from a 10 year old female spayed Sharpei with a history of intermittent vomiting. Post your interpretation in the comments link.
This is an example of panosteitis in a 1 year old large breed dog.
Note the patchy intramedullary opacity in the femoral diaphysis bilaterally and mild patchy intramedullary opacity within the proximal metaphysis of the right tibia. There is also mild incongruity of the right coxofemoral joint .
I just wanted to highly recommend a book for those of you who are interested in ultrasound.
Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography by Dominique Pennick and Marc-Andre d'Anjou
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