Imaging: Pacing and circling cat

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  1. neuropetvet
    neuropetvet says:

    Great list of differentials for neoplasia. I can’t exclude the possibility of an infectious/inflammatory process (e.g., fungal granuloma), but this cat was an indoor only cat and CNS infection is uncommon where the cat lived. I was hoping for meningioma, but the degree of cerebral edema is more than I usually see with slow-growing meningiomas. Surgical excision was performed and histologic analysis revealed the mass to be lymphoma.

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