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Vomiting is a common clinical sign in feline practice and involves retching with active expulsion of gastric and/or duodenal contents that may be bile-stained. Vomiting may be acute or chronic and have either an intermittent or a persistent clinical course. This chapter deals with causes, clinical approach, diagnostic strategies and treatment goals.

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5.35.2 A diagnostic approach to vomiting in the cat. Use bile acids and liver biopsy; use abdominal ultrasonography and fPLI; use abdominocentesis ± culture; use total T4; biopsy of multiple organs (liver, gut, pancreas).
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