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Urogenital disease

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Abstract

This chapter discusses renal disease, urethral obstruction and uroabdomen, pyometra and other genital conditions.

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25.1 Relationship between mean arterial blood pressure and renal blood flow (RBF), glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and urine output (UO).
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25.3 Progressive ECG changes associated with hyperkalaemia. These may be detectable only at potassium concentrations >7 mmol/l, and become progressively more obvious, particularly at concentrations >9 mmol/l. Bradycardia is a common feature.
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25.6 (a) Recumbent dog after spinal surgery with an indwelling urinary catheter and a closed urine collection system. The urine colour indicates that the urine is concentrated. (b) Cat with a urinary catheter and a closed urine collection system. The urine is very dilute because of post-obstruction diuresis. (Courtesy of Marieke de Vries, Davies Veterinary Specialists, Higham Gobion, UK)

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