Feline Medicine Q&A 20

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A 6-year-old neutered male DSH presented with pitting oedema of the legs, ventral abdomen, and ventral thorax. Radiography revealed a mild thoracic and abdominal effusion. Some ascitic fluid was collected and analysis revealed a total protein of 1.5 g/l (0.15 g/dl).


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