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The causes and treatment approach for 7 of the most common concurrent morbidities in blocked male cats (feline urethral obstruction) are reviewed. Azotaemia, hyperkalaemia, postobstructive diuresis, urethral tear, detrusor atony, urethral hyperactivity and reobstruction are given focus.

Thomovsky, E. J.
Advanstar Communications Inc, Duluth, USA
Veterinary Medicine, 2011, 106, 7, pp 352-357

A description of the epidemiology, aetiology, clinical signs, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of feline dysautonomia, formerly known as the Key-Gaskell syndrome. The two main aspects of treatment are non-specific supportive therapy (fluid therapy, appetite stimulants,...

Blaxter, A.; Gruffydd-Jones, T.
In Practice, 1987, 9, 2, pp 58-61