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Feature September 2015 Issue

Renomegaly: What You Should Know

Once a diagnosis is obtained, a specific treatment regimen can be determined. The prognosis of renomegaly always depends on the underlying cause.

Renomegaly: What You Should Know

This condition ó otherwise known as enlarged kidneys óis a fairly common finding in cats. Here are the causes and how they point to a diagnosis.

Apparently, Iím not the only veterinarian who has noticed that certain veterinary cases tend to come in twos and threes. Months or even years can elapse without my seeing a particular ailment, and then Iíll get two in the same week ó sometimes even in the same day.

I recently examined a 12-year-old cat who displayed decreased appetite and weight loss. From the catís scrawny appearance on the exam table, it was obvious that he hadÖ

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