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Aortic Thromboembolism (ATE) in Cats

By: Dr. Dawn Ruben

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Following initial care, cats should be closely monitored for the next several weeks to determine response to therapy. Repeat X-ray, ultrasound and bloodwork can help guide long-term therapy. Cats should also be monitored for recurrence of thromboembolism, which occurs in up to 90 percent of cases within six months.

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