Today’s case is a 14 year old male neutered Labrador Retriever with a two day history of hematuria with clots. Post your interpretations in the comments!
There is a large, irregularly bordered, broad-based, mineralized mass at the apex of the urinary bladder. There is loss of wall layering adjacent to this mass. There is blood flow detected within this mass. The trigone is within normal limits.
There are moderate diffuse bronchointerstitial infiltrates throughout the lungs, relatively similar to the previous exam. The cardiovascular structures again appear within normal limits. There is lysis with adjacent soft tissue opacity of the left 7th rib. In the viewable abdomen, the stomach is moderately gas distended. There are multiple hemoclips present ventrally.
Large mineralized mass at the apex of the urinary bladder. Differentials include a neoplasia such as a transitional cell carcinoma or severe polypoid cystitis.
Moderate diffuse bronchointerstitial infiltrates, likely secondary to obesity and age related changes. Lytic lesion of the left 7th rib which likely represents a metastatic lesion.
Transitional cell carcinoma with rib metastasis