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Gastric ulceration Owner Factsheet

Contributor(s): Livia Benato, Claire Speight

Gastric ulceration is a potentially under-diagnosed problem in rabbits. In cats, and especially dogs, it is well recognised and commonly identified problem. Gastrointestinal problems are one of the main reasons that pet rabbits are taken to a vets and it may be that gastric ulcerations are more common in rabbits than currently thought.
Abdomen: normal lateral radiograph - ©University of Cambridge

What is gastric ulceration?

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