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Gemma Webb
The Veterinary Nurse, Vol. 9, Iss. 7, 28 Sep 2018, pp 372 - 377

Urethral obstruction in male cats is a common condition that can result in potentially life threatening
complications. Veterinary nurses play a fundamental role in the nursing management and can greatly
improve client education of these cases. It is important that veterinary nurses have an understanding of the pathophysiology, clinical signs and nursing interventions when dealing with cases of feline urethral obstruction to enable effective treatment

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