First round of pathology reports came back... Elle's spleen weighed EIGHT POUNDS. That seemed big to me, so I did some googling and found the following information (for humans, not pups):
A typical spleen weighs about six ounces when you are healthy. With some infections or other conditions, your spleen can become enlarged. When this happens, your spleen can balloon in weight to about four pounds.
Soooo yeah... eight pounds is a pretty damn big spleen!
Other good news - her platelets were WAY up today! (low platelets is what was causing all this mess to begin with). She originally was diagnosed with thrombocytopenia, which according to WebMd:
Thrombocytopenia (low platelet count): An enlarged spleen sometimes stores excessive numbers of the body’s platelets. Splenomegaly can result in abnormally few platelets circulating in the bloodstream where they belong.
So now that the spleen isn't harboring those platelets, she's back to normal!
So now we cross our fingers and hope that the liver biopsy results on Monday come back normal....