From the video collection of Chapter 6 – Liver.
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For more information on the sonographic approach for portosystemic shunts in dogs and cats, see Chapter 6 – Liver in the Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography, 2nd Edition. To obtain a copy of the article The Sonographic Search for Portosystemic Shunts, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you for all your pertinent comments on this case!
This dog had non-obstructive foreign material in the small bowel. The fever was explained by a stump pyometra (seen on the complete abdominal ultrasound).
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This is no ordinary hydronephrosis.
Especially for sonographic Jedi like you and us ;-).
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This pathology is illustrated in the Atlas (second edition)! See Figure 8.67.
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