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Ultraschallaufnahme einer Pankreatitis beim Hund
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Pancreatitis in a dog
With special thanks to the authors of the book "Small Animal Ultrasonography" , Marc-André d’Anjou and Dominique Penninck
Contrast-enhanced ultrasonography images of the transverse view of the right pancreatic lobe (p) and mucosa of the descending duodenum adjacent to the right pancreas (d) (both outlined by dotted lines) in 2 representative dogs with pancreatitis (dorsal to the left, ventral to the right, medial to the bottom). (A) Image acquired at 69 seconds after start of contrast agent infusion showing the pancreas at peak intensity. The pancreas is swollen with irregular outlines, and is enhanced nonhomogeneously. Apart from the cranial pancreaticoduodenal vein (v) normally seen, fine pancreatic capillaries are also more prominently enhanced (arrows). Clinical signs of vomiting ceased and activity improved after 4 days of hospitalization and medical treatment. Lipase activity returned to reference range within 10 days. (B) Image acquired at 67 seconds after start of contrast agent infusion showing 2 nonenhancing lesions (arrowheads) in the pancreatic parenchyma. This dog recovered from the acute episode of pancreatitis and was discharged after 10 days of hospitalization and medical treatment. However, lipase activity and C-reactive protein did not return to reference ranges until 46 days and 25 days, respectively.
Lim, S.Y., Nakamura, K., Morishita, K., Sasaki, N., Murakami, M., Osuga, T., Yokoyama, N., Ohta, H., Yamasaki, M. and Takiguchi, M. (2015), Quantitative Contrast-enhanced Ultrasonographic Assessment of Naturally Occurring Pancreatitis in Dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 29: 71–78. doi: 10.1111/jvim.12470
A: ultrasound image pancreaticoduodenal vein (arrows) and pancreatic duct ( arrow heads ) in GRMD dog 6 months old. B: A: ultrasound image of pancreaticoduodenal vein ( arrows) in GRMD dog 6 months old (arrows).
Angélica Paula Grando; Arani Nanci Bonfim Mariana; Maria Angélica Miglino; Franklin Almeida Sterman; Mayana Zatz; Luciane Maria Kanayama; Matheus Levi Tjara Feitosa; Daniele dos Santos Martins; Adriana Caroprezo Morini; Juliana Passos Alves dos Santos; Leandro Fadel; Flávio Ribeiro Alves; Carlos Eduardo Ambrósio
"Abdominal and pelvic ultrasonography in healthy golden retriever dogs, carriers and affected by gradual muscular dystrophy" http://dx.doi.org/10.159/S0103-84782008005000037
A transverse ultrasound image through the right lateral abdominal wall with the dog in left ventral recumbency. A round, hypoechoic mass (T) is visible medial to the duodenum (D). This primary pancreatic tumor was not identified with CT and SPECT.
Robbena, J. H., Pollak, Y. W.E.A., Kirpensteijn, J., Boroffka, S. A.E.B., van den Ingh, T. S.G.A.M., Teske, E. and Voorhout, G. (2005), "Comparison of Ultrasonography, Computed Tomography, and Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography for the Detection and Localization of Canine Insulinoma". Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 19: 15–22. doi: 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2005.tb02652.x
Ultrasound image of the pancreas of a dog with a single pancreatic pseudocyst (black arrows) adjacent to stomach (white arrow). The measurement scale is on the left side of each image; the white horizontal ticks are 1 cm apart.
VanEnkevort, B. A., O'Brien, R. T. and Young, K. M. (1999), "Pancreatic Pseudocysts in 4 Dogs and 2 Cats: Ultrasonographic and Clinicopathologic Findings". doi: 10.1111/j.1939-1676.1999.tb02186.x
The transverse view of the normal right pancreatic limb (margined by dashed lines) which is located adjacent to the proximal descending duodenum (DUO). Pancreatic duct is indicated by the arrow.
WICKRAMASEKARA RAJAPAKSHAGE, B. K., ELLEARAEWE GARUHAMILAGE, J. P. K., DE SILVA, D. D. N., & DANGOLLA, A. (2016). "Dimensional ultrasonographic relationship of the right lobe of pancreas with associated anatomic landmarks in clinically normal dogs". http://doi.org/10.1292/jvms.15-0209