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Friday 19th of January 2018

Key-gaskell Syndrome

General information on Key-gaskell Syndrome

Key-Gaskell Syndrome is an autonomic nervous system disorder that is rare and is more often seen in Great Britten.

Symptoms of Key-gaskell Syndrome

Symptoms of Key-Gaskell Syndrome may include dilated pupils, trouble eating, prolapse of third eyelid, constipation and a slow heart rate.

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Treatments for Key-gaskell Syndrome

Treatment for this syndrome may include extensive nursing care. The prognosis for a good outcome is very low for Key-Gaskell Syndrome. If your cat has these symptoms, please see your veterinarian to find the possible cause.

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Key-gaskell Syndrome experience by - Fran
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I had a 4 month old kitten die of this 28 years ago luckily my vet diagnosed it straight away but treatment was limited then to relieving the symptoms, dehydration and constipation vet was convinced he had beaten it as the symptoms had eased and felt he just needed building up however less than a week after this visit with my vet on holiday and his partner refusing an out of hours appointment or visit he sadly died in my arms I offered his body for research into this desease and was told his heart had failed I had hoped that more progress had been made in the diagnosis and treatment of this illness
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