This work was funded in part by the Department of Energy, DOE contract No. DE–AC07–761D01570 and Washington State University.
MR, CT AND CLINICAL FEATURES FROM FOUR DOGS WITH NASAL TUMORS INVOLVING THE ROSTRAL CEREBRUM
Article first published online: 19 MAY 2005
Volume 32, Issue 1, pages 19–25, January 1991
How to Cite
Moore, M. P., Gavin, P. R., Kraft, S. L., DeHaan, C. E., Leathers, C. W. and Dorn, R. V. (1991), MR, CT AND CLINICAL FEATURES FROM FOUR DOGS WITH NASAL TUMORS INVOLVING THE ROSTRAL CEREBRUM. Veterinary Radiology, 32: 19–25. doi: 10.1111/j.1740-8261.1991.tb00077.x
- Issue published online: 19 MAY 2005
- Article first published online: 19 MAY 2005
- Received November 27, 1989; accepted for publication February 12, 1990.
- magnetic resonance imaging;
- computed tomography;
- rostral cerebral tumors;
- nasal tumors;
The clinical findings and computed tomographic and magnetic resonance images from four dogs with nasal tumors that invaded the central nervous system were revlewed. There were minimal or no clinical signs related to nasal disease. Brain imaging with magnetic resonance or computed tomography demonstrated antemortem involvement of brain and nasal structures. Magnetic resonance imaging was optimal for demonstrating this involvement and showed more detailed anatomic features of the mass and secondary pathologies attributed to the mass.