Feline anal sac disease

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Anal Sac Disease - The Cat Practice

A tumor should be suspected (anal sac apocrine adenocarcinoma) in anal sacs that are firm, enlarged, and nonexpressible even with irrigation. Ultrasonographic examination may be useful to determine whether a firm, nonexpressible anal sac is due to or neoplastic disease.

Anal Sac Disease - Digestive System - Veterinary Manual

Anal sac contents may also be expressed in times of fright (producing a terrible odor in the area). Anal sac disease is uncommon in cats. Below is an overview of Anal Sac Disease in Cats followed by detailed information on the diagnosis and treatment of this condition.

Feline Anal Sac Disease - Pet Health Network

Anal sac disease can occur when a cats anal glands fail to expel fluid properly. This fluid, used to mark territory, is normally expelled during defecation. If the fluid builds up in the glands, it can cause pain and infection, and sometimes even lead to abscesses and rupture.

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