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Radiographic Impressions:

Differentials for the mass effect in the caudal abdomen should include sublumbar lymphadenopathy secondary to metastatic neoplasia, and less likely infectious disease, abscess, or hematoma.

Ultrasonographic Impressions:

Origin of the mass may be lymph node, musculature, vascular or neural. Differentials would include neoplasia and infectious disease (granulomatous).  A fine needle aspirate was obtained with no periprocedural complications.

L. Armbrust, DVM, 2nd year radiology resident

Histopathology results:

Apocrine gland adenocarcinoma