Locate an ACVR Radiologist or Radiation Oncologist in your area.
See Images below. Click to enlarge.
All candidates identified a cranial abdominal mass effect, although some felt that abdominal detail was normal, and others attributed loss of detail to a thin body condition. Many candidates attributed the mass effect to either the stomach (outflow obstruction) or to the pancreas (pancreatitis/abscess).
Highest point totals were given to candidates who listed splenic torsion as first in the differential list, although points were also awarded for a diagnosis of generalized splenomegaly with other differentials.
©2013 American College of Veterinary Radiology