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- Slight caudodorsal displacement of stomach axis.
- Edge of one liver lobe, shown against intra-abdominal fat.
- Irregular margin to mass extending ventrally from liver.
- Incidental adrenal calcification, common in older cats.
- This mass could be associated with liver or gall bladder. A VD radiograph might add further information. Radiograph thorax to check for lung metastases.
- Post mortem of this cat showed extensive hepatocellular neoplasia.
- If stomach is unclear and change in liver size is suspected, administration of a small amount of barium may be helpful in showing the stomach axis.