Deseases by Name
Health Primary cilliary dyskinesia (dysfunction of sillia) Primary ciliary dyskinesia causes defects in the performance of small hairs, which are in the respiratory tract, oviduct and sperm tail. Health Periodontitis Periodontitis is a bacterial infection in the tissues, periodontal ligament, and the alveolar bones. Health Polydactyly Polydactyly is a type of disorder that causes more extra fingers or thumbs. Polydactyly can be found in humans, dogs, cats or other animals. Health Progressive retina atrophy (PRA) in dogs and cats Progressive retina atrophy (PRA) causes night blindness, enlarged pupils, cloudy eyes, loss of vision or blindness. Health Prostate Cancer Prostate Cancer is an extremely dangerous disease for dogs and cats. Early diagnosis and treatment before the cancer are spread to other parts of the body can increase the probability of survival. Health Plasmacytoma Plasmacytomas are tumors that arise out of a specific type of white blood cell called, “plasma cell” (a type of white blood cell that produces antibodies). With this condition, plasma cells will grow abnormally turning into cancer cells and multiply so excessively and uncontrollably Health Perianal Gland Tumor Perianal gland tumor is a type of tumor found close to the dog’s anus, esp. at the groin and butt tissues. This kind of gland does not exist in cats The common symptoms of perianal gland tumor include nodules around the anus, thickened skin around the anus, bleeding nodules Health Persistent Pupillary Membrane in dogs and cats Persistent Pupillary Membrane occurs when the tissue of the pupil, causing visual impairments, there will be a tiny strands in pupil space, corneal opacities, and cloudiness eyes. Health Polymyositis Polymyositis is a disease that is fatal to the dog's muscles, similar to skin and muscle inflammation which affects the muscle structure, causing damage and inflammation. Health Polyneuropathy Polyneuropathy is a result of the damage to the myelin sheath, Polyneuropathy causes weakness in the pets’ arms and legs, leading to their walking, breathing and barking disorders.