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Dyschezia and tenesmus

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Dyschezia and tenesmus are clinical signs usually associated with colorectal diseases. Dyschezia describes difficult or painful defecation, which is most commonly observed with recto-anal disorders. Tenesmus is a clinical sign characterizing an animal that is straining to defecate (common) or urinate (less common). Tenesmus is usually due to large bowel disease in particular colitis. This chapters looks at Clinical features; Diagnosis; and Treatment of dyschezia and tenesmus.

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12.3 General treatment strategies for animals with tenesmus and dyschezia. FeLV = feline leukaemia virus; FIV = feline immunodeficiency virus; IBD = inflammatory bowel disease.

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