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  • The knee joint connects the femur, or thighbone, and the tibia, or shinbone. The patella, or “kneecap,” is normally located in a groove called the trochlear groove, found at the end of the femur.

  • This is a tumor of the lymphatic vessels of the skin or subcutaneous tissue.

  • Lymphocytic plasmacytic gastroenteritis is a form of inflammatory bowel disease in which inflammatory cells infiltrate the lining of the stomach and intestine as the result of an abnormal immune response.

  • Lymph is a fluid that circulates in the body, transporting cells of the immune system (macrophages and lymphocytes) to sites where they are needed and draining areas where excess fluid or debris has accumulated, such as occurs with inflammation.

  • L-Lysine is an amino acid used to decrease the severity of symptoms such as inflammation of the eye (conjunctivitis) caused by feline herpesvirus type1.

  • Cats normally have twenty-six deciduous (primary or baby) teeth, which erupt during the first six months of life, and thirty adult teeth

  • This is a tumor originating from cells of the mammary glands. In the cat, most mammary tumors are potentially or already malignant, so early surgical removal is important in preventing spread to other parts of the body (metastasis).

  • Ownerless cats may look the same, but there is a difference between stray and feral cats. A feral cat is born and lives in the wild with little or no human contact. A stray cat is a domestic cat that has been abandoned or has “strayed” from home and become lost. A stray cat may be presently homeless but was once a pet that lived with humans.

  • When your cat is being treated for an illness, it is very important that you follow your veterinarian's advice and instructions precisely. Take your cat for re-examination if and when requested. If your cat's condition worsens unexpectedly, contact your veterinarian for advice.

  • Marbofloxacin is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic. This medication has been prescribed to treat a bacterial infection in your dog. This medication should not be administered to small and medium breed dogs less than 8 months of age, large breed dogs less than 12 months of age and giant breed dogs less than 18 months of age.

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