Pancreatitis feline test

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592969 tn?1248329005 I would place it in the freezer if you still have it and ask your veterinarian where to have it analysed for toxins and bacteria. The feline forms of hepatitis are not routinely alphabetized. Cholangiohepatitis can be caused by toxins, infections (viral, fungal or bacterial), parasites, and autoimmune disorders.
Avatar f tn He had a full senior work up, as well as urinanalysis and the test for the pancreatitis (negative). He has been dehydrated, not eating well, nauseated and vomiting. Is the next step to do an ultrasound?
Avatar f tn Vet doesn't think it's neurological, but metabolic. Repeated blood test with special feline pancreatic lipase test for pancreatitis. He ran up the stairs upon returning home. He's still not jumping onto his scratching post, but will onto my lap when I am on a chair or couch. He jumps down fine too. He was already evaluated by an internist 2 weeks ago. She is the one who ran the ultrasounds, and x-rays. There was a professional radiologist report from these images.
Avatar f tn But since I have 2 cats, I can't always tell their poop apart. I'm currently waiting for the results of a pancreatitis test, but somehow I sense that it may be GI-related. And thank you for suggesting an appetite stimulant. I hadn't thought of that.
Avatar f tn I would suggest you ask the Vet to test her for PANCREATITIS....is one hard to diagnosis condition that comes to mind. I will send you a link with more info on that, also a link to more info on food allergies/intolerances. In the meanwhile I would try feeding her very small amounts spread out in 4-5 feedings per day of a good grain free wet food that has is a different protein than chicken...there are some suggestions on the site I am sending.
Avatar m tn By the way, we later found out that the so-called IBD was really caused by giardia, this is a protozoan-kind of like a parasite. This is a separate specific test, not sure if this is a blood test, poop test or what-but I do know that it's different from the vet's typical worm test. If your cat was a stray, then there's a real good chance that he might have this weird "bug". Hope this helps!!
12679876 tn?1426981493 Well Darth, want to know why I suggested it might be Pancreatitis???? ....because Meezy is at the vet having more tests done and an fpl test to confirm pancreatitis. Henry had the same symptoms Meezy had 3 weeks ago. We put her on a High proiten low calorie diet and she was fine for 2 weeks. Last night she threw up 11 times and the last five were foam and bile, UGH! So the doc is giving her an enema because she is so impacted (I guess from the new diet), fluids, and new blood work.....
931217 tn?1283484935 [17,20] About half of canine mammary tumors are malignant, whereas 85-90% of feline mammary tumors are malignant.[17,18] Mammary cancer is usually treated with surgery and often chemotherapy, and it is often fatal despite treatment, with 59% of dogs with malignant tumors in one study eventually dying of causes related to their. [21] Spaying dramatically reduces the risk of mammary cancer in both dogs and cats. In dogs the risk has been reported as 0.
Avatar n tn I took her to the vet on the third day. The vet kept her for five days, did every test available and confirmed she has slight bilirubin and a very low white blood count but he couldn't find any cause. She doesn't have feline HIV or leukemia. He gave her broad spectrum antiobiotics and gave me some to give her now she's back home. But she still won't eat - she's lost loads of weight, and she's still vomiting - though it's only liquid now.
Avatar f tn Saturday), and so I called our regular vet who wants to switch him to BayTrin. I just researched the med a bit, and what I found scares me. The vet didn't test anything but his pupil function. He doesn't have a fever, but I'm afraid he's going to dehydrate. I did syringe feed him 3mil water last night and this morning. Thanks for your thoughts. Hankee appreciates the care, and his mama is terrified!
541150 tn?1306037443 My Cat has Colitis, a form of IBD which cannot be cured and will eventually turn into cancer. And also, vet said that during the Biopsy he performed on Abby, he went very deep, so there is no doubt Abby has IBD. Endoscopy is just to be 120% sure he has IBD, but there is a risk of injuring the colon. He fears the fact that sometimes, perforation of the wall happens, which would make it all matters worse. Thank you guys!
1358341 tn?1282213443 on 08/03/2010 I had low urea and low-limit creatinine, I didn't test the urea again but mine might be lower now. My creatinine is on 29/09/2010 5mg/L, human norm is 6 - 15mg/L. I don't know what it means, but although I'll only have my cat blood levels made next month, it's not impossible that her urea is still negative like mine, and I hope her creatinine have lowered like mine, but my cat's creatinine is surely in normal levels unlike mine (hope it won't be positive again).
Avatar n tn Hello! I've an 11-year old long-haired feline who has megacolon. We move around quite a bit, and I have had to shuffle him between vets, and am about to shuffle him again. Four years ago, just a few months before we were about to move overseas, he developed a constipation problem. His American vet gave him an enema and put him on stool softeners to be used only occasionally. Once we moved overseas, he had several enemas before his vet put him on liquid paraffin every day.
Avatar f tn She also had a 4 minute claw test, which means she took 4 minutes to stop bleeding. The findings at Cornell said that they did not believe Convenia caused her anemia, not because it wasn't possible, but because Convenia hasn't been reported to cause anemia. This isn't true, read Dr.
4520139 tn?1355852769 I will call them sometime in the next couple of hours to discuss the blood test results. I can bring up any issues then. Yes, I am in my parents' home now (in CO) - where vet #3 is located. I live in FL, which is where vets #1 and #2 are located. --Xrays: no, never done by any of the three vets. #2 and #3 said this would be done under anesthesia. --Why so many extractions: receding gums, gums not healthy.