Today’s case is a 5 month old domestic long haired cat with regurgitation. Take a look and post your interpretation in the comments!
There is diffuse severe gas distention of the esophagus within the thorax. The mucosal surfaces of the esophagus appears irregular. On the lateral projections, there is a focal soft tissue density contiguous with the dorsal wall of the esopahgus at the level of the 6th thoracic vertebrae. There is diffuse interstitial to alveolar infiltrates within the ventral lungs bilaterally. The liver is mildly enlarged.
Megaesophagus – most likely idiopathic/congenital. No evidence of vascular ring anomaly.
Megaesophagus and aspiration pneumonia