Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 2007;47(3):341-347.
Diagnosis and resolution of pancreatic pseudocysts with percutaneous ultrasound-guided aspiration in two dogs
Jihye Choi1, Hyunwook Kim1, Jeemin Seo1, Minjung Lee1, Junyoung Kim2, Junghee Yoon2
1Haemaru Referral Animal Hospital
2College of Veterinary Medicine and BK21 Program for Veterinary Science, Seoul National University
개 췌장 위낭종에서 초음파 유도 흡인 생검을 통한 진단 및 치료 2례
최지혜1, 김현욱1, 서지민1, 이민정1, 김준영2, 윤정희2
1해마루 이차진료동물병원
2서울대학교 수의과대학 BK21 수의과학연구인력사업단
Pancreatic pseudocyst is one of the most common pancreatic mass lesions developed following acute or chronic pancreatitis. Two dogs were presented with nonspecific clinical signs such as abdominal pain, vomiting and depression and diagnosed as pancreatic pseudocysts through percutaneous ultrasound-guided aspiration. Pancreatic pseudocyst may contain pancreatic juice, so leads the deteriorate state of patient through pertinent inflammation and autodigestion of pancreas. In this study, the clinical signs and pancreatic lesion were improved after aspiration. Percutaneous ultrasound-guided aspiration can provide the diagnostic information through cytology and lipase and amylase concentration, and be selected as the first choice for treatment.
Key Words: aspiration, dog, pancreatic pseudocyst, ultrasound

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