All Our Children Meow and Woof

All Our Children Meow and Woof

I created this blog to sort through my emotions as Finnegan, a great Irish Wolfhound, fought bone cancer for nearly 26 months. Fortunately, his battle subsided for many months and during the course of the 26 months, I shared stories about his feline siblings. On August 8, 2008, Finny passed on in my husband's and my arms. He fought the good fight and he will always have a special place in my heart. *If you have a question, please write me at finnegandog at gmail dot com.*

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Radiologist's Report.

Finnegan had his x-ray evaluated by a veterinary radiologist at Cornell University. The report states:

Radiographic Problems: "Monostatic aggressive bone lesion, left radius."

Radiographic Interpretation and Recommendations: "The clinical signs can be attributed to this lesion. The primary differential diagnosis is primary bone neoplasia, most commonly osteosarcoma, though bone biopsy is warranted for definitive diagnosis. Infections (bacterial and fungal) can mimic neoplasia but are rare unless there are wounds or other clinical signs. I would conclude a bone neoplasm and proceed accordingly."

We have an appointment in Cleveland at the Veterinary Referral Clinic. Again, think good thoughts for Finny.

(by the way, Mr. Stinny will be the author because dumb human lady can't figure out had to add Finny as an author). Any suggestions would be much appreciated.


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