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Vaginitis

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Rob Lofstedt


Introduction

  • Extremely rare in cats.
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge associated with infection and vaginal inflammation.
  • Cause: neoplasia, foreign body.
  • Signs: congested vaginal mucosa, vaginal discharge.
  • Diagnosis: history, clinical signs, vaginal smear, urinalysis.
  • Treatment: antimicrobial therapy, surgery to remove neoplasia or foreign body.
  • Prognosis: generally good with definitive treatment.

Diagnosis

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Treatment

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