There are many terms used to describe abnormalities in urine production. Here we set out to provide a concise reference for the most common ones veterinarians encounter.
Tracking the trends of mineral composition in cats with urolithiasis.
Data shows urolith composition holding steady.
Part 4 of a multipart series: See how this parameter, combined with clinical signs and other findings, can help veterinarians pinpoint where disease is occurring.
Several diagnostic factors must come into play when a veterinarian gets an abnormal result on this common test that investigates kidney function. (Part three of a four-part series.)
A look at the indications for this important part of a veterinary urinalysis and how to interpret the results. (Part two of a four-part series)
An in-depth look at which urinary concentrating ability test might be best in your veterinary patients. (Part one of a four-part series.)
Use this list of dos and don'ts the next time you process a veterinary urine sample.
How would you interpret the results in these seven case presentations?
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