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  • Presented with 1 day of lethargy and vomiting
  • Abdomen painful on palpation, urinary bladder is small and not easily expressed
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  • There is poor serosal detail in the mid-abdomen
  • There is an increased soft-tissue opacity in the inguinal regions
  • A urinary catheter is seen advanced into the urinary bladder
  • There are small mineral opacities superimposed falciform fat, which overall has an increased opacity
  • There are also several other small mineral opacities within the abdomen
  • The caudal pulmonary parenchyma has a bronchial pattern
  • Ruptured urinary bladder
  • Patient went to surgery to have the bladder repaired and was discharged a few days later