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A 3 month old stray kitten was admitted to the Bombay SPCA Hospital in a paraplegic state due to fractures of the T-11 and T-12 vertebrae. The patient exhibited faecal incontinence and urine retention along with loss of motor control and sensation in the lower half of her body. A recurring abscess...

Dipika Kadaba
Society for the Advancement of Veterinary Education, Srinagar, India
Vet Scan, 2011, 6, 1, pp Article 82