which liver lobe can be delineated in the dog?
which liver lobe can be delineated in the cat?
is the gallbladder able to sometimes be seen in dogs or cats?
the ventral margin of the liver is delineated due to what?
on ultrasound of the liver, are you able to see the arteries or veins?
which of the veins in the liver has no hyperechoic wall surrounding it?
which of the veins of the liver has a hyperechoic wall surrounding it?
on ultrasound which has a "coarser" appearance, the liver or the spleen?
in which specie, dog or cat, are you able to trace the common bile duct?
lymphoma, necrosis, cirrhosis
3 differentials when an ultrasound of the liver shows diffuse lesions, each of varying echogenicities.
cyst, hematoma, abscess, neoplasia, granuloma
5 differentials when you see a focal lesion on the liver
condition suggested by thickened walls of the gallbladder
choleliths are only of concern in dogs or cats?
what condition is present?
caudal vena cava, azygous
in a portosystemic shunt, blood from the portal veins can be shunted to what 2 veins?
do small breed dogs and cats tend to get intrahepatic or extrahepatic PSSs?
do large breed dogs tend to get intrahepatic or extrahepatic PSSs?
intrahepatic PSSs are more common on which side of the body?
patent ductus venosus
what other condition usually corresponds to an intrahepatic PSS in the left side?
would microhepatica be caused by a congenital or acquired PSS?
contrast study of a PSS involves catheterization of what vein?
when a PSS is cranial to T13, it is more likely to be intrahepatic or extrahepatic?
when a PSS is caudal to T13, it is more likely to be intrahepatic or extrahepatic?
what is wrong?
can you normally detect a wall of the splenic veins?
hematoma, abscess, neoplasia, nodular hyperplasia
4 differentials for a focal splenic mass
what condition of the spleen usually accompanies a GDV (hint: gastroplenic ligament)
condition suggested by the spleen having a large lacy pattern on ultrasound
condition suggested when the lumen of the splenic veins appears more grey than black on ultrasound