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Diagnostic imaging of intra-abdominal cyst in heifer using the computed tomography.

Otomaru K, Fujikawa T, Saito Y, Ando T, Obi T, Miura N, Kubota C - J. Vet. Med. Sci. (2015)

Bottom Line: A 10-month-old Japanese black heifer was diagnosed as having an intra-abdominal cyst using computed tomography (CT).Through a posterior ventral midline incision, the cyst was removed, and the heifer completely recovered after the surgery.CT scans enabled detection of the intra-abdominal cyst and measurements of the diameter of the cyst before the surgery.

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Affiliation: Joint Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kagoshima University, 1-21-24 Korimoto, Kagoshima 890-0065, Japan.

ABSTRACT
A 10-month-old Japanese black heifer was diagnosed as having an intra-abdominal cyst using computed tomography (CT). Through a posterior ventral midline incision, the cyst was removed, and the heifer completely recovered after the surgery. CT scans enabled detection of the intra-abdominal cyst and measurements of the diameter of the cyst before the surgery.

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Four types of urachal anomalies. Type 1; the urachus communicates with the bladder andumbilicus, Type 2; the urachus fails to close completely at the bladder, Type 3; Aurachal sinus is formed at the umbilicus, Type 4; A totally blind urachal cyst. Thesefigures were taken from the report by Greene et al. [4].
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fig_004: Four types of urachal anomalies. Type 1; the urachus communicates with the bladder andumbilicus, Type 2; the urachus fails to close completely at the bladder, Type 3; Aurachal sinus is formed at the umbilicus, Type 4; A totally blind urachal cyst. Thesefigures were taken from the report by Greene et al. [4].

Mentions: Greene et al. [4] demonstrated thaturachal remnants were classified into 4 types based on the morphological characteristics(Fig. 4Fig. 4.


Diagnostic imaging of intra-abdominal cyst in heifer using the computed tomography.

Otomaru K, Fujikawa T, Saito Y, Ando T, Obi T, Miura N, Kubota C - J. Vet. Med. Sci. (2015)

Four types of urachal anomalies. Type 1; the urachus communicates with the bladder andumbilicus, Type 2; the urachus fails to close completely at the bladder, Type 3; Aurachal sinus is formed at the umbilicus, Type 4; A totally blind urachal cyst. Thesefigures were taken from the report by Greene et al. [4].
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fig_004: Four types of urachal anomalies. Type 1; the urachus communicates with the bladder andumbilicus, Type 2; the urachus fails to close completely at the bladder, Type 3; Aurachal sinus is formed at the umbilicus, Type 4; A totally blind urachal cyst. Thesefigures were taken from the report by Greene et al. [4].
Mentions: Greene et al. [4] demonstrated thaturachal remnants were classified into 4 types based on the morphological characteristics(Fig. 4Fig. 4.

Bottom Line: A 10-month-old Japanese black heifer was diagnosed as having an intra-abdominal cyst using computed tomography (CT).Through a posterior ventral midline incision, the cyst was removed, and the heifer completely recovered after the surgery.CT scans enabled detection of the intra-abdominal cyst and measurements of the diameter of the cyst before the surgery.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Joint Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kagoshima University, 1-21-24 Korimoto, Kagoshima 890-0065, Japan.

ABSTRACT
A 10-month-old Japanese black heifer was diagnosed as having an intra-abdominal cyst using computed tomography (CT). Through a posterior ventral midline incision, the cyst was removed, and the heifer completely recovered after the surgery. CT scans enabled detection of the intra-abdominal cyst and measurements of the diameter of the cyst before the surgery.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus