OBSTRUÇÃO URETRAL EM GATOS

Autores

  • keytyanne de oliveira sampaio Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
  • Grazielle Anahy de Sousa ALEIXO
  • Reginaldo Pereira de Sousa-Filho
  • Ellen Cordeiro Bento da Silva Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35172/rvz.2020.v27.531

Palavras-chave:

cateterização, gato doméstico, uretra

Resumo

  • A obstrução uretral é um quadro clínico emergencial, comumente observado em felinos, que pode resultar em sério comprometimento à sua saúde, como lesões renais agudas. Essa afecção pode ter causas mecânica, anatômica ou funcional, e apresentar como principais sintomas a estrangúria, periúria e lambedura excessiva da genitália. O diagnóstico é realizado com base no histórico, exame físico e de imagem, como ultrassonografia e radiografia, sendo a identificação da etiologia de suma importância para instituir o tratamento e diminuir os quadros de recidiva. Ao diagnosticar a doença, o início do tratamento deve ser imediato e intensivo, em virtude do risco de evoluir rapidamente para o óbito. Neste sentido, busca-se corrigir os distúrbios hidroeletrolíticos, fornecer analgesia e realizar a desobstrução uretral, havendo uma variação neste último procedimento, de modo que, a escolha do método mais indicado pode variar de acordo com cada caso. Com base na complexidade em seu estabelecimento, diagnóstico e tratamento, foi objetivado com esse artigo de revisão reunir informações atuais e relevantes, relacionadas ao quadro de obstrução uretral em gatos, procurando enfatizar aspectos clínico, cirúrgico e etiológico da doença, assim como, orientar médicos veterinários no tratamento e prevenção da mesma.

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2020-12-06

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de oliveira sampaio keytyanne, ALEIXO GA de S, Sousa-Filho RP de, Silva ECB da. OBSTRUÇÃO URETRAL EM GATOS . RVZ [Internet]. 6º de dezembro de 2020 [citado 26º de maio de 2024];27:1-12. Disponível em: https://rvz.emnuvens.com.br/rvz/article/view/531

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