Case Study: Dermatophytic-Pseudomycetoma

Case Study: Dermatophytic-Pseudomycetoma

HISTORY A 4-year-old Exotic breed cat, living in Hong Kong was presented with a subcutaneous mass located at the abdomen, that was clinically suspected to correspond to a mammary gland neoplasm. The mass was not ulcerated. During processing, two masses were detected...
Case Study: Unilateral Epistaxis

Case Study: Unilateral Epistaxis

HISTORY A 7-year-old crossbred dog, living in Hong Kong, was presented with unilateral epistaxis, with no response to medication. A CT scan revealed a small foreign body-associated lesion in the nasal cavity. At rhinoscopy, no obvious foreign body or mass was...
Case Study: Mass Located on the Left Thorax

Case Study: Mass Located on the Left Thorax

HISTORY A 14-year-old neutered female cross-bred dog was presented with a 2 to 3 cm mass located on the left thorax. The mass was subcutaneous and appeared to be attached to the underlying ribs. The duration was unknown at the time of presentation. FNA aspirates were...