RVT Journal Quiz: 39 Issue 4 Article 4 Protein-losing nephropathy in the dog and cat

RVT Journal Quiz: 39 Issue 4 Article 4 Protein-losing nephropathy in the dog and cat

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Which of the following is the type of protein loss seen with Fanconi Syndrome? *
A small amount of protein can be present in a normal dog or cat’s urine. *
Which of the following is a breed known to have hereditary proteinuria? *
Immune complex glomerulonephritis (ICGN) is due to the deposition of amyloid in the kidney. *
Hypertension is common in pets with protein-losing nephropathy. *
The following is not a clinical sign that can be seen due to protein-losing nephropathy: *
Which of the following is a test that should be performed in every cat where protein-losing nephropathy is suspected? *
Renal biopsy should be performed in every pet diagnosed with protein-losing nephropathy. *
What therapy is recommended to treat a pet with primary (idiopathic) protein losing nephropathy? *
The goal of therapy in all cases with protein-losing nephropathy is normalization of renal parameters. *