This week’s case is a 4-year-old female neutered Yorkshire Terrier with azotemia and specific gravity of 1.011. What are your findings and differential diagnoses?
FindingsThe bladder is markedly enlarged and normal in opacity. The kidneys are not well visualized and appear small in size. Radiopaque sutures are visible in the abdomen and body wall. The liver, spleen, and gastrointestinal tract appear normal.
Differential DiagnosisChronic renal disease (inflammatory, congenital)
- Renal dysplasia