This week we have an 8-year-old female West Highland White Terrier with a 4-6 month history of respiratory distress. Take a look and post your interpretations.
There is a diffuse alveolar pattern that is most severe caudodorsally. There is moderate generalized cardiomegaly with primarily right sided enlargement. The pulmonary vessels are difficult to identify due to the pulmonary infiltrates. The liver is mildly enlarged. There is good abdominal serosal detail. There is linear mineralization in the soft tissues dorsal to the spine.
- Pulmonary fibrosis
- Non cardiogenic edema
- Calcinosis cutis
- Presumed pulmonary fibrosis of West Highland White Terriers
- Iatrogenic Cushing’s