Cranial vena cava aneurysm in a dogJournal of Veterinary Cardiology (2007)
AbstractA 1.5-year-old mixed breed dog was presented for evaluation of arrhythmia and a cranial mediastinal density was noted on thoracic radiographs. The density was determined to be a cranial vena cava aneurysm based on ultrasonographic and angiographic testing. No treatment was initiated and the dog remains asymptomatic for the cranial vena cava aneurysm at 6 years of age. Although rare, cranial vena cava aneurysm should be a differential diagnosis for dogs with cranial mediastinal abnormalities on thoracic radiographs.
Publication DateMay, 2007
Citation InformationNathan D Lee, K Danoff, S Etue and J E Rush. "Cranial vena cava aneurysm in a dog" Journal of Veterinary Cardiology Vol. 9 Iss. 1 (2007)
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