Banfield Case Study: Bladder Stones

Roo Team July 15, 2020 Veterinary Medicine Share

Radiograph of patient showing radiopaque oval object in the caudal abdomen, in the region of the urinary bladder.

History: Shiloh, a 3-year-old long-haired intact female Chihuahua, presented for frequent urination and hematuria of several days duration. She had been acting normally otherwise and had no prior history of any serious health concerns. Her vets took some radiographs and saw a radiopaque object.
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