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2922. INTERN. VETERINARY FILES FROM MYANMAR. A Yangon cat cannot pee again.







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VETERINARY FILES FROM MYANMAR

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In 2016,  more cats are being treated for difficulty in urination (dysuria) at the Royal Asia Veterinary Surgery. Male cats are mainly affected. Vets refer to the medical  condition as FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease) or FUS (Feline Urological Syndrome). Vets report that stress as a main cause of this dysuria in most cases.


However, for the distressed cat owner, a permanent solution is needed to prevent his cat from not peeing normally. The cat keeps going to the litter box and either urinates blood in the urine in small amounts or not at all. The cat loses appetite and becomes lethargic. The cat may be treated by a vet and pees normally for a few days. Then, the cat cannot pee.




VETERINARY FILES FROM MYANMAR

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The Yangon cat cannot pee again

INTRODUCTION


1. Some vets will not perform surgery as it is a more complicated surgery. Some vets may have insufficient surgical experience.

Dr Sing Kong Yuen from Toa Payoh Vets ask Dr Thein Tun Aung of Royal Asia Veterinary Surgery to share his experiences with numerous surgical cases done by him for recurring urolithiasis in cats in Yangon.

VIDEO ABOUT T T AUNG AND HIS CASES



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VIDEO ABOUT T T AUNG ILLUSTRATING THE SURGERY AND CAUTION THAT THE OPENING MUST BE AT LEAST 0.5 INCHES WIDE TO PREVENT CLOSURE OF THE URETHRAL WOUND. If the wound closes as it is too narrow, the cat cannot pee again.






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