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  1. Urinary Stones

    Overview:  Urinary stones ( urolithiasis ) are a common condition responsible for lower urinary tract disease in dogs and cats. The formation of bladder stones ( ... . Several factors are responsible for the formation of urinary stones. The understanding of these processes is important for the ...

  2. Urinary Obstruction in Dogs

    ... becomes narrower. Calculi (stones) that develop within the urinary tract (see urinary stones ) will often become stuck within the urethra behind this bone, ...

  3. Urinary Obstruction in Male Cats

    ... in the kidneys and have passed down into the bladder (see urinary stones ). The cause of the inflammatory materials and stone formation ... vary from mild to severe. Initially cats may show signs of urinary tract inflammation and discomfort, including straining to urinate, ...

  4. Urolithiasis in Small Ruminants

    Overview:  The urinary tract includes the kidneys, ureters (small tubes that drain urine from ... or concretions of mucus, protein, and minerals in the urinary tract — is a common problem in male small ruminants and a ... The composition of uroliths (also called “urinary stones” or “calculi”) varies with the part of the country that ...

  5. Hip Luxation

    ... force required to produce hip luxation can also damage the urinary system, lungs, heart, or other body organs. Additional diagnostics ...

  6. Perineal Hernias

    ... pelvic canal contents, such as a dilated rectum, prostate, urinary bladder, fat, omentum, and small intestine. Clinical signs seen in pets ... straining to urinate inability to urinate urinary incontinence abdominal pain lethargy depression ...

  7. Bone Tumors in Cats and Dogs

    ... a distant site, such as transitional cell carcinoma of the urinary bladder). The four primary bone tumors are osteosarcoma, ... unless the primary tumor causes clinical signs (e.g., urinary difficulties in dogs with tumors of either the urinary bladder or prostate). Diagnostics:  Diagnostic ...

  8. Vulvar Fold Dermatitis

    ... the vulva Inappropriate urination Persistent urinary tract infections Diagnostics:  Physical ... Bacterial culture or the urine Ultrasound of the urinary bladder Treatment:  Medical management of ...

  9. Parathyroid Tumors

    ... passes out through the kidneys into the urine, calcium-based urinary stones ( urolithiasis ) can appear in the urinary bladder, ureters, or kidneys. Hypercalcemia also affects intestinal ...

  10. Colic in Adult Cattle

    ... (tissue lining the abdomen), reproductive tract, and/or urinary tract can also be involved. Signs and Symptoms:  ... torsion Uterine tear Dystocia Urinary: Pyelonephritis Obstructive urolithiasis (typically in ...

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