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Feline triaditis is the concurrent presence of inflammatory disease of the liver, the pancreas, and the intestines in a cat. The term is somewhat of a misnomer and stands in contrast to the use of the term in human medicine, where it denotes an inflammatory condition involving hepatic triads and adjacent connective tissue.
Feline Giardia & Coccidia: Risk & Prevalence
Human TSH in Testing for Canine Hypothyroidism
ACE Inhibitors & Feline Quality of Life with Kidney Disease
Urinary Corynebacterium: Contaminant or Culprit?
Enrofloxacin in Feline Conjunctivitis
Cyclosporine + Surgery for Canine Anal Furunculosis
Good Food, Bad Reactions