Short Takes

November 2010 Issue

Short Takes: November 2010

There is a growing understanding of osteoarthritis (OA) also called degenerative joint disease in cats that has led to investigation of the clinical signs, radiographic findings and also treatments. Cats are very good at compensating for orthopedic diseases, and therefore the clinical signs of arthritis are more difficult to detect and are different than those seen in dogs.

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