Look for yellow or bloody pus oozing from his sacs. Views Read View source View history. The closed technique for excision is preferred and has the lowest complication rate. Regional and systemic metastasis should be evaluated, and serum calcium measured. Occasionally treatment may include, lancing of an abscess or antibiotic infusion into the gland in the case of infection.
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These dogs may be presented for signs secondary to hypercalcemia, such as polyuria and polydipsia, or for problems related to the perineal mass. This is called impaction. The retained secretion can encourage bacterial overgrowth and therefore infection and inflammation. The fluid inside can become so dry and thick that it plugs up the openings. This page was last modified on 19 Mayat