Secondary abdominal pregnancy with foetal mummification diagnosed using computed tomography in a dog : a case report

@inproceedings{Myung2016SecondaryAP,
  title={Secondary abdominal pregnancy with foetal mummification diagnosed using computed tomography in a dog : a case report},
  author={Hyun Myung and Arthur J. Lee and Jee Young Kim and Jae Hyung Kim and Kidong Eom and Hyo Joon Kim and Sun Hee Do and Hee Young Kim and Dong Jin Chung},
  year={2016}
}
An intact female Maltese dog, rescued two months previously, and weighing 2.7 kg, was presented for ovariohysterectomy. There were no typical clinical signs and evidences of parturitions. A firm abdominal mass was palpated, which was identified as a round-shaped radiopaque mass in survey radiography. The mass was tentatively diagnosed as an extrauterine foetus with mummification on computed tomography (CT). Surgical removal of the mass and ovariohysterectomy were performed. Histopathological… CONTINUE READING