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The blood disorder polycythemia

Polycythemia is the medical term for an abnormally high red blood cell count.
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The subtle signs of cat kidney disease

Kidney failure (also called renal failure) is an insidious disease that often kills cats before the owner knows their kitty is sick.
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Cholangitis in cats

Cholangitis is the term used to describe inflammation of the biliary tree. Dr. Kim Smyth provides an informative analysis of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options for your cat.
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Advances in diagnostics: Dr. Kim Smyth explains CT scans

Veterinary medicine of today is not your grandfather’s veterinary medicine.
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Treating scoliosis in pets

Scoliosis is an abnormal position or curvature of the spine, and most often it is congenital, but occasionally, it is an acquired condition (think trauma).
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Encephalitis: an inflammation of the brain

Inflammation of the central nervous system is a common cause for neurologic disease in our pets.
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Intranasal vaccines for pets

Because intranasal vaccines are given at the site of potential infection, they are considered more protective by some veterinarians.
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FIV in cats

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, or FIV, is a virus that attacks a cat’s immune system, making them susceptible to secondary infections.