Today we have an 11-year-old male neutered Siamese cat with a history of vomiting. What are your differentials?
In the abdomen, there is adequate serosal detail. The kidneys are enlarged bilaterally. Nephroliths are present bilaterally with irregular borders. The colon is moderately feces and gas filled. The remainder of the abdomen cavity is within normal limits.
Bilateral renomegaly is suggestive of lymphoma, polycystic kidney disease, inflammatory process, or obstruction. Bilateral nephroliths.
- Polycystic renal disease