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Home Page Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Any experience with “lack of detail” in x-ray of abdomen? RE: Any experience with “lack of detail” in x-ray of abdomen?


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I hope you see your bunny becoming more comfortable soon! Sending out {{{Vibes}}}.

Could it have purely been an error with the xray?

The only other thing I would guess at is a mass in the area obscuring a clear view of the organs? Abscess, tumour, cyst even… But this is purely speculation! I am often confused by xrays, to be quite honest. The vets do well to read them as well as they do. Further scans sound like a good idea.