Abscess and multiple fistulas secondary to a foreign body, causing cholecystitis in a dog

Nine-years old male German Shepherd was presented with recurrent inflammation in different areas of the costal wall and ventral abdomen. He had previous history of foreign body removal (palm tree spike). Dense serosanguinous fluid has been drained from this area and it was consistent with septic exudate. A CT of the thorax and abdomen was performed.

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