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Dr. Jeff
Wednesday, 30 November 2011 01:24

How Vets Treat Chronic Renal Failure In Cats

The first step in the management of feline CRF is to determine, if possible, the cause of the renal disease.

Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is one of the most common and destructive of all cat viruses, but there are other serious cat viral diseases.

Published in Infectious Diseases
Friday, 04 March 2011 03:54

Feline Mammary (Breast) Tumors

Mammary cancer is the third most common cancer in cats. The average age of affected cats is 10-11 years of age. Almost 90% of feline mammary tumors are malignant, meaning they have the potential to spread to other portions of the body. The most common sites of spread are regional lymph nodes and the lungs. Malignant mammary tumors in cats tend to metastasize rapidly. Around 10% of feline mammary tumors are benign, meaning they will not spread except by local growth. To date, surgical excision at the earliest possible opportunity is the most effective therapy for any mammary tumor. If the tumor is benign, complete surgical excision is curative. If the tumor is malignant, post-surgical treatment with chemotherapy, immunotherapy or radiation therapy may be warranted. These options will be discussed with you by the medical oncologist following surgery, if appropriate.


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It all began in 1988, when our beloved year-old tortoiseshell Persian, Dinah, developed what was diagnosed as a "granuloma" on her lip. Our then veterinarian treated her with the "accepted" method of dealing with such disorders, a cortisone injection.

Published in Diet Discussion

"Let food be your medicine" - Hippocrates

Our pets' diet is critical to their long and happy lives.

Published in Diet Discussion