This week’s case is a 4-year-old female neutered Labrador Retriever with fever of unknown origin. What are your findings?
FindingsThorax: There is increased soft tissue opacity in the pleural space with retraction of the lung lobes and partial silhouetting with the cardiac silhouette. There is a patchy bronchointerstitial pattern in the lungs. The cardiovascular structures appear normal.
Abdomen: The abdomen is distended and there is poor peritoneal detail. The liver and spleen are enlarged with rounded borders. The colon is moderately dilated with gas. The small intestine appears normal. The urinary tract is not well visualized.