Dominique Penninck, DVM, DVSc, DACVR, DECVDI
Thickening of the intestinal wall is the most common ultrasonographic finding in inflammatory bowel diseases.
Biliary diseases in cats can be complex and challenging to diagnose.
The main purpose of this presentation is to evaluate the current place of abdominal ultrasonography in assessing intestinal tumors.
Ultrasonography became part of the routine diagnostic method to evaluate pancreatic disorders in small animals at our hospital.
For the purpose of this presentation, renal masses are defined as deforming (focal or diffuse) enlargement of the kidney with alteration of the normal renal architecture and/or shape.
In dogs and cats, the most common ultrasonographic feature of gastric tumors is marked thickening of the wall with complete loss of wall layering.