Case Report

Successful management of a solitary simple renal cyst in a dog

Authors
  • R. Van Dyck
  • C. Fina
  • E. Buresova
  • D. Paepe
  • H. De Wilde
  • S. Daminet

Abstract

In this report, a dog is described that was referred to the Small Animal Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (Ghent University) for further work-up and treatment of a solitary renal cyst. The cyst was treated successfully with ultrasound-guided drainage and percutaneous sclerotherapy. The dog was followed-up during twenty-four months post procedure with renal sonography. The complaints of intermittent lethargy disappeared after the first treatment. The ultrasonographic appearance of the cyst evolved from a round, anechoic, sharply demarcated lesion to an ill-defined, hyperechoic lesion.

How to Cite:

Van Dyck, R. & Fina, C. & Buresova, E. & Paepe, D. & De Wilde, H. & Daminet, S., (2018) “Successful management of a solitary simple renal cyst in a dog”, Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 87(3), 134-138. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/vdt.v87i3.16076

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27 Jun 2018
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