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Prostatic diseases include benign or cystic hyperplasia, squamous metaplasia, paraprostatic cysts, prostatitis and prostatic neoplasias. In view of their greater sensitivity to genital and urinary tract infections and the presence of prostatic hyperplasia the predisposition for prostatic diseases is greater in dogs than in cats.   ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
In oncology, staging represents the anatomical extension of the tumour and provides a standardised way of defining the size and spread of the tumour at the time of its diagnosis.
Behavioural changes secondary to organic diseases are relatively common and justify a careful clinical examination during a consultation for behavioural problems (Fig. 1). In the light of the model proposed by P. Pageat, the diagnosis of a behavioural disorder is a differential diagnosis, not a “hold all” diagnosis when an organic disease cannot be identified. An organic disease should be...
Urolithiasis consists of the presence of aggregates of crystals resulting from the precipitation of solutes present in the urine and accounts for 1.5-3% of disorders seen in clinical practice.Uroliths (urinary tract calculi/stones) can be distinguished based mainly on their site (kidney, ureter, bladder or urethra), on their composition and on the pathogenic mechanism that causes them.
Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) of the humeral head is a manifestation of osteochondrosis involving the scapulo-humeraljoint, and in particular, the caudal portion of the humeral head, in which an osteochondral flap separates and then detaches completely, exposing the underlying subchrondral bone. The condition affectsmedium, large and giant breeds of dogs during the growth period. OCD of the...
Papillomaviruses are highly contagious, usually species-specific, DNA viruses that tend to develop in the stratum corneum of the epidermis causing its proliferation. Papillomavirus infections have been reported both in numerous feral felidae and in domestic cats. Papillomavirus in the skin does not necessarily lead to the development of cutaneous lesions; on the basis of the few cases reported in...
Abortion means the spontaneous or induced interruption of a pregnancy with expulsion of the products of conception. A pregnancy can be interrupted at various points in its evolution and can be followed by embryonic reabsorption or expulsion of foetuses at different stages of development, dead, with or without lysis, maceration or mummification, or in some cases alive but incapable of ex utero...

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