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Use of cystoscopy or cystourethroscopy in treating benign macroscopic hematuria caused by lower urinary tract hemorrhage in three dogs.

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Summary of "Use of cystoscopy or cystourethroscopy in treating benign macroscopic hematuria caused by lower urinary tract hemorrhage in three dogs."

A 5-year-old 11.5-kg (25.3-lb) castrated male Boston Terrier (dog 1), an 8-year-old 27.8-kg (61.2-lb) castrated male Boxer (dog 2), and a 10.5-year-old 15.9-kg (35.0-lb) spayed female Pembroke Welsh Corgi (dog 3) were evaluated because of severe, gross hematuria and suspected idiopathic renal hematuria.

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Name: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
ISSN: 1943-569X
Pages: 90-97

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