CLINICAL AND ULTRASOUND FEATURES IN DYSURIC DOGS

Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 6, Number 2
Written by Mario CODREANU, Alexandra Mihaela POPA, Iuliana CODREANU, Raluca NAE

This article briefly indicates basic definitions and determining causes (neurogenic and non-neurogenic). The survey was accomplished in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, on a total of 25 dogs between octomber 2016 and february 2017. Ultrasound was performed using Esaote Pie Medical. The clinical signs that drew attention, were dominated by pollakiurie, stranguria (associated with the phenomena of bladder stones and the obstructive urethral, especially in males) and hematuria (recurrent haematuria, and/or persistent, appeared in lithiasic condition). Urinary retention has been shown to be, in most cases (62.06%) of neurogenic origin. Proliferative parietal modifications, were consecutive to neoplasia, in form of formations tumor type pedicle, and type diffuse infiltrative. According to our study, most common bladder disorders detected in the ultrasound examination were the inflammatory type, especially the acute form, determined, in a large proportion by microlithiasis and macrolithiasis.

[Read full article] [Citation]

CODREANU M., POPA A.M., CODREANU I., NAE R. 2017, CLINICAL AND ULTRASOUND FEATURES IN DYSURIC DOGS. AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 6, Number 2, ISSN 2285-5718, 67-72.


The publisher is not responsible for the opinions published in the Volume. They represent the authors’ point of view.
© 2015 AgroLife Scientific Journal. All Rights Reserved. To be cited: AgroLife Scientific Journal
Powered by INTEL TECH DEVELOPMENT.