Cases 2- Where CT got the diagnosis...even if it wasn't good news.
|Signalment: 8YO, ME, Whippet|
Presenting signs: Sneezing, mild nasal discharge.
Differential diagnosis: Nasal tumour, foreign body, fungal.
Question for CT: Nasal pathology?
Area scanned: Head and thorax plus contrast.
VetCT report- Onco Case 1
|Signalment: 7YO, FN, Bull Mastiff|
Presenting signs: Hyphema right eye, one episode
of heamatemesis. Coagulation normal, lungworm neg.
Differential diagnosis: clotting disorder, neoplasia.
Question for CT: Any chest pathology/ neoplasia?
Area scanned: Thorax and abdomen with contrast.
VetCT- Onco Case 2
|Signalment: 8yo, FN, SBT|
Presenting signs: Taking longer to urinate, diarrhoea.
Haemorrhagic mucoid discharge from vulva.
Differential diagnosis: Stump pyometra, neoplasia.
Question for CT: Abnormalities of urogenital tract, mass?
Area scanned: Thorax and abdomen with contrast
VetCT- Onco Case 3
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