CT Case Review: Actinomyces pneumonia and possible secondary eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy

PATIENT

8-year-old male neutered cocker spaniel dog that presented with a 3 year duration history of chronic pneumonia. He had been treated for months with intermittent responses but consistent recrudescence of coughing and malaise. The patient was referred for imaging and possible lung lobectomy.

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CT Case Review: Actinomyces pneumonia and possible secondary eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy

Posted by Chrissy Laughlin on April 6, 2016

PATIENT

8-year-old male neutered cocker spaniel dog that presented with a 3 year duration history of chronic pneumonia. He had been treated for months with intermittent responses but consistent recrudescence of coughing and malaise. The patient was referred for imaging and possible lung lobectomy.

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Topics: Veterinary CT, eosinophilic broncho pneumopathy, Vimago CT Scanner, CT Imaging Protocols, chronic pneumonia in dogs