Síndrome de pandora em felinos

Revisão de literatura

  • André Nanny Le Sueur Vieira
  • Paulo Roberto Rodrigues Ramos
  • Alessandra Melchert
  • Priscylla Tatiana Chalfun Guimarães-Okamoto
Palavras-chave: urologia, gatos, bexiga urinária, micção

Resumo

A síndrome de Pandora é uma doença de caráter multifatorial onde outras etiologias sistêmicas
podem influenciar sinais clínicos em um órgão alvo. Em gatos com doença do trato urinário
inferior crônicas e idiopáticas, o diagnóstico além de ser por exclusão, deve preencher no
mínimo três outros critérios para que a síndrome seja ocorrente. Seu tratamento fundamental
baseia-se na eliminação de fatores estressantes bem como o enriquecimento ambiental.

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04-12-2017
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Nanny Le Sueur Vieira, A., Rodrigues Ramos, P. R., Melchert, A., & Chalfun Guimarães-Okamoto, P. T. (2017). Síndrome de pandora em felinos: Revisão de literatura. Veterinária E Zootecnia, 24(4), 680-690. https://doi.org/10.35172/rvz.2017.v24.239
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