Can Vet J 2014 Dec;55(12):1163-6
Department of Veterinary Medical Science (Fabbi, Volta, Quintavalla, Zubin, Manfredi, Martini, Gnudi) and Department of Physics and Earth Sciences "M. Melloni" (Mantovani, Tribaudino), University of Parma, via del Taglio 10, 43100 Parma, Italy.
A 7-year-old dog was presented with a history of an open lesion on the right thoracic wall, discharging honey-like fluid and small stones. Ultrasonography and computed tomographic fistulography identified a cholecystocutaneous fistula; cholecystectomy was curative. Veterinarians should consider this disease in patients with long-term discharging lesions on the right thoracic or abdominal wall. Read More