Polypoid cystitis as a cause of haematuria in a pony mare
CM Rosales, NJ Bamford, SL Sullivan, JR Bauquier, BS Tennent-Brown
Equine Veterinary Education | Wiley | Published : 2019
A 15‐year‐old pony mare was presented for investigation of haematuria of 2 weeks' duration. On cystoscopy, multiple small pedunculated soft tissue structures were observed on the bladder mucosa. Histopathological analysis of the masses was consistent with chronic polypoid cystitis. The polypoid lesions and associated haematuria resolved following prolonged antibiotic treatment. Polypoid cystitis has not previously been described in horses. This condition should be considered a differential for haematuria, requiring cystoscopy and biopsy to confirm a diagnosis.