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Gastric ulceration

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Caroline Blake


Gastric ulceration

Gastrointestinal problems are one of the main reasons that pet guinea pigs are taken to the vets and it may be that gastric ulcerations are more common in guinea pigs than currently thought. In cats, and especially dogs, it is a well-recognised and commonly identified problem.

Gastric ulceration is a potentially under-diagnosed problem in guinea pigs

What is gastric ulceration?

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What are the signs of gastric ulceration?

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How is gastric ulceration diagnosed?

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How is gastric ulceration treated?

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What is the long-term prognosis?

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