Vet case studies

Investigating feline fever of unknown origin

A 7-year-old Domestic Shorthair female neutered was referred to London Vet Specialists (LVS) due to pyrexia (39.2 degrees C), anorexia and lethargy. Blood tests revealed hematocrit of 23% and a high level of creatinine (172 μmol/L). On clinical examination, she was...

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LVS exciting imaging case of the month!

Case title: “Massive” anal gland mass A 9-year-old cross breed male neutered was presented to LVS with kyphotic stance and suspected pelvic pain. On examination temperature was 39.2ºC, heart rate 124 bpm, the right popliteal lymph node was mild enlarged and firm, and...

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A sticky situation

Muffin is a 3-year-old lovely little pug, that initially presented to her primary care veterinarian following a few days of tummy upset, having some vomiting, diarrhoea and turning down her supper. She was admitted to hospital, and while she responded to the initial...

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