Time to play! [27] : the answer

Large bladder masses are not always tumors. This case is an extreme example of mass filling up most of the lumen of the bladder in a dog with chronic hematuria and episodes of urinary tract infection.  

Polypoid cystitis often is associated with cranioventral bladder wall thickening and polyp-like projections in the lumen.  Also, on rare occasions, large masses can be benign tumors such as leiomyomas.

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