Anaemia in Cats
Anaemia is a common clinicopathological finding in cats. Clinical signs and physical examination findings are dependent on the severity of the anaemia and the disease chronicity. Broadly, causes can be divided into regenerative and non-regenerative categories. Obtaining a definitive diagnosis is important, firstly for the formulation of an appropriate treatment plan but also to enable the clinician to provide prognostic information, likely treatment duration and estimated costs. However, cats presented for investigation of anaemia may be significantly compromised, such that administration of blood products may be required prior to
performing diagnostic procedures.
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Dr Emi Barker BSc BVSc PhD DipECVIM-CA MRCVS, Small Animal Clinician - RCVS and European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine