Obstructive Urethral And Cystourethral Junction Mass In A 13-Year-Old FS Boston Terrier: Our Case Of the Month 2020
The patient presented for hematuria, Stranguria, and proteinuria. Current treatments were Simplicef and NeoPolyDex (for eyes). Urinalysis: 1+ proteinuria, pH 6.5, WBC 2-3 hpf, RBC 21-50, struvite crystals 0-1 hpf, squamous epithelia 2-3 hpf.
The urinary bladder revealed a 1.19 x 0.94 cm mass at the proximal aspect of the cystourethral junction. The cystourethral junction/proximal urethral mass was obstructive. In addition to the cystourethral junction/proximal urethral mass, a mineralizing urethral mass was noted. The left kidney revealed pyelectasia with echogenic debris and measured 6.38 cm. Secondary hydronephrosis of the left kidney was noted with echogenic debris.