If you attended IDEXX Daily Virtual Rounds (North America) with Dr. Mason Savage, you saw this case presented and discussed it with the group. The answer is below!
History: Patient has diarrhea and is thin. Has not thrived.
Survey Radiographs :
The stomach is mildly distended with granular material, possibly ingesta
A heterogeneous mass effect is present in the left cranial aspect of the abdomen with linear adjacent gas accumulation
In the 10-minute images the barium appears normal. There is a large soft tissue mass surrounded by gas in the left cranial aspect of the abdomen in the territory of the left colonic flexure.
In the 60-minute images barium has advanced into the colon. There is a large soft tissue filling defect in the colon with a “coiled” appearance. A thin column of barium is present in the center of this filling defect.
Radiographic Diagnosis : Ileocolic intussusception