Veterinary Ultrasound Society

9-year-old male neutered Terrier

Presented for hematuria and stranguria

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    Right lateral radiograph of the abdomen
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    Ventrodorsal radiograph of the abdomen
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The prostate is enlarged for a neutered male, and contains multiple foci of mineralization, some with distal shadowing. Mineralization in a neutered male canine prostate is highly suggestive of prostatic carcinoma.

Prostatic carcinoma was confirmed on a fine needle aspirate.