Small Animal Referral Ultrasonography
9 year old FN Springer Spaniel diagnosed with adrenal dependent hyperadrenocorticism. Abdominal ultrasound identified a large, vascular adrenal mass (Fig 1A) with involvement of the local lymph nodes (Fig 1B).
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11 year old terrier presented with a chronic cough and a left sided thoracic mass seen on thoracic radiographs.
A large cystic appearing mass was identified on thoracic ultrasound (Fig 2A). After assessing the vascularisation of the mass using Power Doppler (Fig 2B), an ultrasound guided Trucut biopsy was obtained for histopathology.
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11 year old male, apparently neutered, Whippet presented with recurrent haematuria and palpable prostatomegaly. Abdominal and inguinal ultrasound allowed the identification of a relatively normal appearing inguinal testicle (Fig 3A) and a very abnormal appearing abdominal testicle (Fig 3B), as well as an enlarged
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