5 year old FS Husky who had a pyometra at age 4 and was spayed at that time. Has had continuous incontinence, not cyclical, since that time. She is constantly licking. Did not respond to DES or PPA. UA’s in the past were unremarkable and no reported blood work abnormalities.
On ultrasound, I was able to see the right ureter that appeared small and connected in a normal region to the trigone. I’m presuming the other tubular structure also seen to the right on the transverse images is the residual uterine body containing some anechoic fluid, but would love some confirmation. If so, I could not find any ectopic ovarian tissue. The continuous incontinence confuses me. Would we proceed with vaginal cytology and the AMH testing?