From the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences (J.D.M., D.R.D.) and the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology (M.A.B.), Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.
AbstractA 14 yr old castrated domestic shorthair cat presented for a fluid-filled structure in the ventral cervical region that had been present for 1 yr and had not resolved after repeated aspiration and drainage. Cervical computed tomography showed an approximately 10 cm, fluid-filled, multilobulated mass located on the ventrolateral right side of the cervical region extending into the thoracic inlet. Cytologic examination of the fluid revealed cystic fluid with evidence of chronic...Read More