Author | Cathy E. Langston, DVM, DACVIM

The Animal Medical Center

510 East 62nd St.

New York, NY 10065

Articles

Practical Matters: Practical ways to measure GFR in your patients

Measuring the GFR can be useful in numerous situations commonly encountered in practice.

Image Quiz: Ultrasonography-A cat with a distended abdomen

What is the lesion in this abdominal ultrasonogram?

Ethylene glycol induced renal failure (Proceedings)

Ethylene glycol (EG) is the primary component of antifreeze (95% EG), but is also found in paints, lacquers, pharmaceuticals, polishes and cosmetics.

Proteinuria and protein losing nephropathy (Proceedings)

Proteinuria can be pre-glomerular, glomerular, or post-glomerular in origin. Pathologic proteinuria is a persistent problem from glomerular damage, whereas functional proteinuria is generally transient.