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Hematuria

The patient was presented due to panting, urinary accidents, PU/PD, +1 polyphagia, hepatomegaly on radiographs. Urinalysis revealed hematuria, pyuria, and hyposthenuria. U/A: USG 1.002, protein +2, WBCs 4-10, RBCs 11-20, rods 26-50. Blood chemistry results: ALT 283, Alk. Phos. 226.

The patient was presented with history of intermittent hematuria of 13 months duration. Most recent medications given were Augmentin and then Cephalexin a month later. Blood work was unremarkable. Urine culture and sensitivity showed E Coli sensitivity to Clavamox and Cephalexin.

A 10-year-old FS American Eskimo dog was presented for stranguria, hematuria, pollajuria and just not herself. She was non responsive to therapy for UTI. Severe azotemia and moderate anemia developed. Urinalysis revealed proteinuria, elevated WBC, blood and transitional cells, and isosthenuria.

A 12-year-old MN Beagle weighing 50 lbs, was presented for hematuria after no improvement on medications. Urine specific gravity was 1.010, pH 7.1, protein 3+, blood 4+.