2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352007000400020
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Abstract: RESUMORelata-se o caso de um gato que apresentava persistência do uraco, cujos principais sinais clínicos, iniciados apenas aos cinco meses de idade foram micção através da cicatriz umbilical, hiperemia da área circunvizinha e presença de uma fístula no centro do umbigo. A afecção foi diagnosticada mediante exames clínico, laboratorial, ultra-sonográfico e radiográfico, especialmente pela cistografia .Palavras-chave: gato, persistência do úraco, vesícula urinária. ABSTRACT It is reported a case of a cat presen… Show more

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“…Urachal congenital anomalies are rare in both humans and animals. No individuals reports of a urachal cyst in dogs were found [5,16], but other urachal congenital anomalies in animals have been found, such as patent urachus in cats [1,7], horses [18] and cattle [9] and urachal diverticulum in dogs [8] and bulls [10]. As for humans, the urachal cyst is the most reported urachal anomaly [3,21,25], but it is still a rare condition [3] with possible complications such as infection [3,11].…”
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“…Urachal congenital anomalies are rare in both humans and animals. No individuals reports of a urachal cyst in dogs were found [5,16], but other urachal congenital anomalies in animals have been found, such as patent urachus in cats [1,7], horses [18] and cattle [9] and urachal diverticulum in dogs [8] and bulls [10]. As for humans, the urachal cyst is the most reported urachal anomaly [3,21,25], but it is still a rare condition [3] with possible complications such as infection [3,11].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…At birth, it undergoes atrophy by fibrous proliferation within the lumen, and it becomes the medial ligament of the bladder. It loses its foetal function, and the urine is then excreted through the urethra [1,10,25]. If this atrophy process fails at some point, congenital anomalies of the urachus occur.…”
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