How I approach… The cat with cholangitis
A jaundiced cat is not a diagnosis, but rather the starting point for the clinician to investigate the possible underlying causes. Professor Craig Webb explains his approach to such cases.
Cats don’t actually present with cholangitis, they present as sick cats.
Sick cats don’t present with cholangitis, they present with non-specific signs that could be almost anything.
Yellow (icterus or jaundice) is a color, not a diagnosis.
Feline cholangitis was the motivating disease behind the search for feline triaditis.