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Feline triaditis

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Rachel Korman


Feline triaditis

Feline triaditis is a term used to describe a condition often recognised in cats where there is inflammation of three important organs at the same time. These organs are the pancreas, the liver and the small intestine. There is more information on the specific diseases of these organs in other factsheets - so ask your vet to share these with you as well. 

What is triaditis?

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How would I know if my cat has triaditis?

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How will my vet know if my cat has triaditis?

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What is the treatment for triaditis?

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