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Cat Liver Failure

…treatment will depend on the cause. Underlying disorders that have caused the failure will determine treatment. Generally hospitalization will be initiated with fluid and electrolyte therapy. Fluids will be added for , hypoglycemia and metabolic imbalance. and nutritional support will be needed. Antibiotic therapy for infections and medicines that control vomiting will be administered. By stopping excessive vomiting, your cat will have less…

Cat Smooth Muscle Tumor

…have no chance of survival.Prognosis for intestinal leiomysarcoma If the cat survives the surgery, their prognosis is somewhat fair. They may have anemia, polydipsia(frequent urination due to diabetes isipidus) or hypoglycemia in association with the tumors. Cats in which liver involvement is found during surgery (as in the case of are usually euthanized during the surgery.Pain in Cats with Cancer Any cat that has cancer is also apt to have…

Cat Soft Tissue Sarcomas

…definitive method of diagnosis. It is recommended that a biopsy be performed before treatment is initiated. X-rays, blood tests and other studies are also recommended for final diagnosis. There have been instances of hypoglycemia in cats with intestinal sarcomas. MRI and CT are often recommended as well before any surgical procedures are performed. It is important to determine if the cancer has spread to other organs before any surgical…

Dog Liver Failure

…treatment will depend on the cause. Underlying disorders that have caused the failure will determine treatment. Generally hospitalization will be initiated with fluid and electrolyte therapy. Fluids will be added for , hypoglycemia and metabolic imbalance. and nutritional support will be needed. Antibiotic therapy for infections and medicines that control vomiting will be administered. By stopping excessive vomiting, your pet will have less…

Dog Smooth Muscle Tumor

…in the liver have no chance of survival.Prognosis for intestinal leiomysarcoma If the dog survives the surgery, their prognosis is quite fair. They may have , polydipsia (frequent urination due to diabetes isipidus) or hypoglycemia in association with the tumors. Dogs in which liver involvement is found, such as during surgery are euthanized during surgery.Pain in Dogs with cancer Any dog that has any type of is apt to experience as well. The…

Dog Soft Tissue Sarcomas

…diagnosis for this type of . It is recommended that a biopsy be performed before treatment is initiated. X-rays, blood tests and other studies are also recommended for final diagnosis. There have been instances of hypoglycemia in dogs with intestinal sarcomas. MRI and CT are often recommended as well before any surgical procedures are performed. It is important to determine if the cancer has spread to other organs before any surgical procedures…

Dog Intestinal Tumors

…they can still cause potential damage.Sign and Symptoms of Intestinal Tumors in Dogs If your dog has an intestinal tumor, it may exhibit one or more of the following symptoms: , , less frequently tarry stools, , and hypoglycemia. These symptoms may vary depending upon where the tumor is located in your dog’s body.Treatment Options for Intestinal Tumors in Dogs Surgery is usually the most common treatment if your pooch has an intestinal tumor.…

Cat Diabetes

…converted into energy. The more glucose that enters the bloodstream, the more insulin that will be secreted. Thus, the pancreas works to keep blood glucose levels from rising too high (hyperglycemia) or falling too low (hypoglycemia). However, when a cat is suffering from diabetes mellitus, one of two things will happen to prevent this system from functioning properly. In the case of type 1 diabetes, the pancreas fails to secrete sufficient…

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