Signalment:Eight year old, male, intact, bearded dragon
History:This lizard presented with a five-month history of progressive, ulcerative dermatitis of the tail tip and hind limbs and progressive weight loss.
Gross Lesions:Necropsy revealed a multifocal to segmental thickening and yellow discoloration of the colonic wall. Attached to this area of thickening was a 3-mm-diameter, yellow, polypoid mass on the serosal surface. The colon proximal to these lesions was dilated 300-400%. The spleen was enlarged approximately 300%, and pale tan to yellow with an irregular shape that was molded around a loop of small intestine. There were multifocal to coalescing areas of yellow discoloration and pallor of the left lateral hepatic lobe.