Resorptive lesions in cats: an update

Claire Bloor
Saturday, June 2, 2018

Tooth resorption in feline patients is an enigma in veterinary practice as the aetiology remains unknown despite it being studied for a number of decades. Tooth resorption is however common within the feline population and can lead to a multitude of problems for patients including an inability to eat, and pain. This article aims to review what is known about the development of resorptive lesions in cats and provide an overview of current thinking regarding their treatment and ongoing management.

Resorptive lesions in cats: an update
Resorptive lesions in cats: an update

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