Health Cat Medical Problems
Borborygmi: rumbling sounds, or stomach "growling," caused by gas moving through the intestines
Cushing's disease: Pituatary disease resulting in too much cortisol in the bloodstream
Democidosis: Also known as mange. Causes by mites with symptoms such as hair loss, itching and inflammation.
Dysuria: painful or difficult urination.p>Haematuria: urine in the blood
Hematemesis: blood seen in vomit
Hematochezia: blood in the feces
Idiopathic: of no known cause.
Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesion (FORL): Dental lesion similar to human cavities.
Melena: Stools or vomit stained black by blood pigment.
Neoplasia: Uncontrolled cell growth.
Pollakiuria: Excessive, frequent urination
Polydipsia: Excessive or abnormal thirst
Polyphagia or Polyphagy: An excessive or pathological desire to eat.
Polyuria: The excessive passage of urine.
Renal Failure: Kidney failure.
Stomatitis: Inflammation of the mouth.
Stranguria (stanguary): slow and painful urination
Urolithiasis: stones blocking the urinary tract