Intranasal Hemangiosarcoma in a Dog

Michio FUJITA, Yumi TAKAISHI, Daiji YASUDA, Daisuke HASEGAWA, Akiko TANIGUCHI, Kimimasa TAKAHASHI, Hiromitsu ORIMA
2008 Journal of Veterinary Medical Science  
Magnetic resonance (MR) was conducted for an 8-year-old, intact male Spitz with sneezing, serous discharge and epistaxis from the left nasal cavity. MR imaging showed a nasal cavity-occupied mass of iso-intensity on T1WI , high-intensity on T2WI and markedly enhanced on contrast-enhanced T1WI at parts of rostal to medial ocular angle in the left cavity. After Surgery and intraoperative radiation, the mass was diagnosed intranasal hemangiosarcoma by histopathology. Although the dog showed the
more » ... e dog showed the finding, which suggested recurrence after the treatment ending, about 30 months later, it maintained good conditions without evidence of metastasis. KEY WORDS: canine, intranasal hemangiosarcoma, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
doi:10.1292/jvms.70.525 pmid:18525180 fatcat:l752zfoyhba7vm43idfen6bxo4