Large soft tissue sarcoma in a 10 yr-old mixed breed dog

Excerpt from Chapter 17 – Musculoskeletal System

Figure 17.58. Large soft tissue sarcoma in a 10 yr-old mixed breed dog. The craniocaudal radiograph of the elbow of this dog shows severe soft tissue swelling and an irregular new bone formation and lysis involving the humeral condyle and proximal radius and ulna. The convex sonographic probe was placed in transverse plane to obtain images A and B, at the level of the humeral diaphysis (HD) and humeral condyle (HC), respectively. Note the heterogeneous mass (arrowheads and between calipers) partly encircling the humerus of this dog.

co-authored by Marc-André d’Anjou and Laurent Blond.

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