Deseases by Name
Health Hypertensive retinopathy in dogs and cats Hypertensive retinopathy is the damage of the optic nerve when the blood pressure rises, causing bleed in the retina, enlarged pupil, loss of vision, or blindness. Health Horner’s syndrome in dogs and cats Horner’s Syndrome in dogs and cats causes ptosis, anisocoria, smaller pupil, elevated third eyelid, conjunctival hyperemia, tiredness, redness around eyes and ears, drooling, head tilting, stumbling. Health Hyperesthesia Hyperesthesia or over-sensitive is an excessive sensitivity to stimuli/stimulants such as contact, hearing, food, pain, etc. which may affect to pet. Health Histiocytoma Histiocytoma is caused by the abnormal growth of histiocytes, which are part of the immune system. Histiocytoma is similar to Hashimoto disease in humans. Health Hemangiosarcoma Hemangiosarcoma is a deadly cancer that originates in the endothelium and invades the blood vessels, occurs mostly in spleen, liver, and heart and it can also be found in other parts as well. Health Heart Tumors in Dogs Hemangiosarcoma is the most common type of heart tumors found in dogs that may develop directly within or around the pericardium and may spread from other parts of the body. Health Heart Tumors in Cats Heart tumors are caused by Hemangiosarcoma which normally occur inside or around the pericardium and may be affected by the spread of tumors from other parts of the body. Health Hypokalemic myopathy Hyperkalemia myopathy is a congenital disease that affects many muscles at the same time. It will cause muscles to be weak. Health Hip dysplasia in dog Hip dysplasia is a disease caused by abnormalities in the development of the hip bone. Causing the joints to have irregular shape and movement, the thigh bone cannot fit into the hip socket. Health Hip dysplasia in cat Hip dysplasia is a disease caused by abnormalities in the development of the hip bone. Causing the joints to have irregular shape and movement, the thigh bone cannot fit into the hip socket.