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  • soft tissue mass in right cranial lung lobe
  • periosteal reaction along the diaphyseal cortices of both humeri
  • rounded soft tissue mass in ventral aspect of cranial abdomen on left lateral view
  • Probable primary pulmonary neoplasm of the right cranial lung lobe; metastatic neoplasm, abscess, granuloma, possible but less likely
  • Hypertrophic osteopathy, secondary to pulmonary pathology
  • Possible cranial abdominal mass (unlikely to be gastric pylorus, since this is a left lateral recumbent view)
  • Radiographic examination of extremities to confirm HO
  • FNA or biopsy of lung mass
  • Abdominal radiographs and/or ultrasound to evaluate for suspected mass
  • CT of thorax to evaluate for evidence of metastases, particularly if surgical removal of large mass is to be considered