Central abdominal mass, splenomegaly, and suspect hepatomegaly consistent with neoplasia or less likely multisystemic granulomatous disease. Lymphoma should be considered strongly. Other differentials would include adrenal origin neoplasia.
Central abdominal mass and lymphadenopathy suggestive of neoplasia. The large mass may represent a markedly enlarged lymph node, or tumor of other undetermined origin. Fine needle aspirates of the mass were obtained.
J.J. Hoskinson, DVM, DACVR
Necrotic tissue likely from necrotic center of a tumor.