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Hematoma

Dog Ear Hematomas

…problem, especially in long eared dogs such as setters and retrievers, are ear hematomas. These hematomas may be painful and can cause a deformity in the dog’s ear. Trauma to the ear is the usual cause of a hematoma. That trauma can be caused by another dog fighting with it or by the dog itself scratching or flapping its ears due to a or .Signs and Symptoms The hematoma is a small collection of blood from a ruptured blood vessel in the ear. The…

Cat Ear Hematomas

…say that ear hematomas in animals is one of the most common ear problems that they have to treat. Cat ear hematomas need to be taken care of immediately and correctly, or else the conditions of the ear could take a turn for the worst. These hematomas can be very painful for cats, and there are usually underlying medical conditions that are causing the hematoma that needs to be treated.What is an ear hematoma? An ear hematoma is a collection…

Canine Infectious Hepatitis

…include depression, loss of appetite, fever, abdomen tenderness, and noticeable . Other and more severe symptoms can include vomiting, jaundice, corneal edema, and bleeding disorders which can create the formation of hematomas of the mouth.Risks Associated with Canine Infectious Hepatitis Canine infectious hepatitis can cause death in dogs that do not get immediate veterinary treatment. It can also cause your dog to be hospitalized. Some dogs…

Dog Lumps

…easily recognized by any veterinarian. In the case of a potentially malignant tumor, a fine needle may be inserted into the lump and sent for analysis to a lab. A biopsy will usually require some anesthesia or sedation. Hematomas and some abscesses can be drained by your veterinarian and antibiotics prescribed. Malignant tumors may require surgery, chemotherapy or possibly radiation. The most important thing to remember about finding lumps on…

Cutaneous Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs

…or bruises - A collection of blood beneath the skin or within a muscle that is caused by an injury, and will usually resolve without intervention. Ear flap hematomas are the result of severe head shaking in due to intense itching from ear infection or ear mites. Large hematomas should be drained and the underlying cause treated.Histiocytomas - Develops on the feet, face, and ears of young dogs. They are dome-shaped, appear irritated,…

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