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Abdominal Distension in Cats

By: Dr. Leah Cohn

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The abdominal cavity contains vital organs such as the stomach and intestines , liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, and urinary bladder . It also contains numerous blood vessels, lymph vessels , and lymph nodes and is lined with a thin, specialized membrane (the peritoneum) that contains the contents within a sterile environment.

Abdominal distension can be caused by many different diseases or disorders.

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