Front line ultrasound imaging of the feline kidney

Front line ultrasound imaging of the feline kidney

Author: Gregory Lisciandro

Most practices nowadays will have access to an ultrasound machine, using it for selected imaging of clinical cases; in this paper Greg Lisciandro discusses how a structured approach to abdominal scanning can be part of the clinician’s first-line physical exam, and demonstrates how this can help rapid identification of renal abnormalities and related problems.

Upper urinary tract urolithiasis

Upper urinary tract urolithiasis

Author: Lillian R. Aronson

Renal and ureteral surgery in small animals can be challenging, even for the most experienced surgeon; Lilly Aronson gives an overview of the best options currently available for treating upper urinary tract obstructions.

Feline renal proteinuria

Feline renal proteinuria

Author: Stacie C. Summers

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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