Presented with clinical signs of a UTI or worse?
Schedule an ultrasound earlier rather than later especially if non responsive to a first round of treatment.
When you see a mass, think:
Is it resectable and how do I evaluate for resectability?
We’ve got you covered with key SDEP™ ultrasound positions 1-3!
Don’t be tempted to only assess the primary issue – always do a full abdominal scan, so as not to miss other pathology such as the liver masses in this case. These brilliant images are by one of SonoPath’s own Diane McFadden, RVT, SDEP™ Certified Clinical Sonographer, Director of Mobile Operations and Education. Special thanks to Dr Lee, Dr Logan and the staff at Mount Olive Veterinary Hospital for their management of this case in providing an answer and options for the owners.
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