Veterinary Radiology - 8 Year-old Cat

Discussion in 'Veterinary Discussion' started by Admin, Jun 23, 2017.

By Admin on Jun 23, 2017 at 7:25 AM
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    Today’s case is an 8-year-old FS DSH cat who is lethargic and has weight loss and an increased respiratory rate for 3 days. Take a look and post your comments below!
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    There is uniform opacification of the cranioventral thorax. Several short airbronchograms to the cranial lung lobes are identified on the lateral projections. There is poor visualization of the cardiovascular structures on all projections. There is evidence of a mild pneumothorax with multiple gas bubbles present throughout the thorax. These may be located in the pleural space or within the lungs. There is evidence of pleural thickening at one of the partially retracted caudal lung lobes.

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