Synonym(s): FUS; Feline urologic syndrome; Idiopathic cystitis
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Acid base imbalance
Anemia: blood loss
Bladder: trauma rupture
Blood biochemistry: phosphate
Blood biochemistry: potassium
Blood biochemistry: urea
Dietetic diet: dissolving and decreasing risk of struvite stones (uroliths)
Feline gamma herpesvirus
Feline herpes virus: feline rhinotracheitis virus
Feline morbillivirus (feline paramyxoviruses, distemper virus)
Hemostatic disorders: acquired
Histopathology: special stains
Hydronephrosis / hydroureter
Kidney: acute renal failure
Kidney: chronic kidney disease
Penis and sheath: clinical examination
Prostate gland: disease
Radiography: double contrast cystography
Radiology: lower urinary tract
Retained fetal membranes / retained fetus
Ultrasonography: bladder and urinary tract
Urinalysis: culture and sensitivity
Urinalysis: specific gravity
Cystitis (bladder inflammation)
Problems passing urine - the ‘blocked cat’
Stress in cats
FLUTD diagnostic approach flowchart
FLUTD graph 1
Nasal discharge in cats
Nasal discharge in dogs
Seizures - convulsions/fitting
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