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Polycystic kidney disease in a family of Persian cats


, : Polycystic kidney disease in a family of Persian cats. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 196(8): 1288-1290

A 6-year-old Persian cat was found to have polycystic kidney disease (PKD). Because of 3 previous clinical reports of PKD in Persian cats, the offspring were examined by use of ultrasonography, which provided evidence of PKD in 3 of the 4 offspring.


Accession: 001912782

PMID: 2185204

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