Stacie C. Summers

Stacie C. Summers

DVM, Dip. ACVIM (SAM)

Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine, Oregon State University, OR, USA

After graduating from Washington State University in 2013, Dr. Summers completed a research fellowship in feline infectious disease followed by a small animal internal medicine residency at Colorado State University. Her current research focus is on feline chronic kidney disease, including investigation of the characterization and manipulation of the fecal microbiome and gut-derived uremic toxins. She is currently an assistant professor at Oregon State University.

Contribution

Feline renal proteinuria

Feline renal proteinuria

Proteinuria is a common and clinically relevant finding when performing a urinalysis, but is not always followed up in a consistent manner by the clinician; Stacie Summers explains the significance of proteinuria in cats and how best to approach the problem.

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