Positive cistography in dogs. I. Technics and anatomo-radiographics aspects
Keywords:Cystography, Radiography, Urinary system, Dogs
The anatomical and radiographical aspects of the urinary bladder of dogs were studied by cystography performed by excretory urography or urethrocystography. The dogs. clinicaly healthy, were divided in males and females groups. In both groups the piriform shape was the most frequent and in less frequence the oval shape was observed in both sex. No significant diference was observed in the position of the male e female urinary bladder. The mean distance between the urinary bladder with the contrast and the pubis margin was 0.65 cm in the males and 0.48 cm in the females. In all animals the superficial mucosa was smooth in all extension of the bladder wall, and the filling of the bladder lumen with a homogenous aspect of its cavity by the contrast.
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