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Old February 22nd, 2009, 12:05 AM
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I have opened a new thread here: to continue the HyperT discussion, I would like to keep this one more on the CRF discussion

Mad Catter In regards to the BUN, Creatinine and Phos numbers those still all fall in normal range for healthy cats, the USG of course is much lower than it should be however that could be due to infection or the HyperT covering up CRF. I'll comment on the T4 in the other thread linked above Bear in mind that if HyperT is masking kidney failure it will show itself within 3 months of having the HyperT properly regulated, so she will need additional testing at that point.
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