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Rat blood extended tissue

Species: rat | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 13 April 2007 04:25AM | viewed 8152 times
Q Joanne asks:

Ginger is currently on an antibiotic for blood in her urine? She now has an extended piece of tissue externally protruding from urine hole?

Q Our vet says: You need to take her to your vet urgently! This may be a prolapse, perhaps of the uterus or possibly the rectum (it can be difficult to tell which orifice is involved) This is serious if left untreated and she needs to be taken as soon as you can.

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