PATIENT: Bobby Woodall 53687
HISTORY: marked lethargy, intermittent urine stream, hyporexia, has had vom/diar. bloods NSAD.
CHARGES: abdominal ultrasound, cystocentesis
Cranioventral bladder wall thickening in a moderately distended bladder is suggestive of previous, current or chronic cystitis. Cystocentesis sample obtained.
BILIARY TRACT: Normal
SPLEEN: Normal – patchy / mottled echogenicity compatible with ageing change
LEFT KIDNEY: Normal
RIGHT KIDNEY: Normal
LEFT ADRENAL: Normal 5mm
RIGHT ADRENAL: Normal 7mm
URINARY BLADDER: Abnormal: 6mm thickness cranioventral bladder wall, moderately distended, anechoic urine
ILIOSACRAL LYMPH NODES: Normal
VISCERAL LYMPH NODES: Normal
STOMACH: Normal empty, dorsally located, poorly visualised, gas+, but no focal thickenings seen
SMALL INTESTINES: Normal thickness / layering unremarkable, empty
LARGE INTESTINES: Normal
PANCREAS: Normal uniformly mildly hypoechoic, left limb not visualised due to dorsal displacement of stomach
GENITAL TRACT: prostate smoothly marginated, no peripheral invasion, solid, hyperechoic, fairly homogeneous. 3cm x 3cm transverse view, rectal ventral displacement was required for evaluation. compatible with expected degree of benign hyperplasia for an entire dog of this age.