Gray-scale ultrasonography in the diagnosis of adrenal neoplasia in dogs: six cases (1981-1986)
In addition to survey abdominal radiography, 2-dimensional gray-scale ultrasonography was utilized as a non-invasive imaging mode in 6 dogs with adrenal neoplasia. Ultrasonography was a safe method of obtaining information about the organ of involvement, extra-adrenal extent of disease, vascular invasion or compression, and internal architecture of abdominal masses in the area of the adrenal gland. The data obtained ultrasonographically was determined to be useful in diagnosing adrenal neoplasia.
pmid: 3280535 J Am Vet Med Assoc 影响因子: 0.0 发表日期: 19880115