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Monday 23rd of October 2017



Symptoms of Neck Abscess

Below you will find possible cat symptoms of neck abscess.

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appetite loss
fever
lethargy
sudden change in behavior
swollen area of the neck that is hot and painful to the touch
yellow tinted discharge from the neck that may be accompanied by an odor


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Other Cat diseases and conditions that share similar symptoms.

appetite loss
acute kidney disease
feline leukemia virus disease complex
diabetes
idiopathic hepatic lipidosis
salmonella
toxoplasmosis
yellow fat disease
anemia
tonsillitis
feline panleukopenia
feline urologic syndrome
uremic poisoning
anuria
feline chlamydiosis
hairballs
inflammatory bowel disease
pyelonephritis
cat scratch disease fever
histoplasmosis
blastomycosis
addison's disease
nasal infections
virulent systemic feline calicivirus
bronchitis
pharyngitis
dilated cardiomyopathy
restrictive cardiomyopathy
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
meningitis
eosinophilic ulcers
giardiasis
plague

fever
osteomyelitis
feline leukemia virus disease complex
abscess
keratitis
salmonella
yellow fat disease
tularemia
tonsillitis
feline panleukopenia
feline infectious peritonitisis
feline immunodeficiency virus infection
ascites
rhinotracheitis
aspiration pneumonia
inflammatory bowel disease
limping
feline viral respiratory disease complex
histoplasmosis
blastomycosis
eclampsia (milk fever)
nasal infections
infectious enteritis
virulent systemic feline calicivirus
granulomatous meningoencephalitis
bronchitis
pharyngitis
meningitis
lungworms
head abscess
hypoparathyroidism
insect stings
plague

lethargy
feline leukemia virus disease complex
gastritis - chronic
idiopathic hepatic lipidosis
keratitis
salmonella
toxoplasmosis
yellow fat disease
heartworm
anemia
feline panleukopenia
feline infectious peritonitisis
uremic poisoning
ascites
hypothermia
addison's disease
dilated cardiomyopathy
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
lungworms
head abscess
glomerulonephritis
lupus
hypoparathyroidism
insulinomas
lymphocytic-plasmacytic enterocolitis
plague

sudden change in behavior
pseudorabies

swollen area of the neck that is hot and painful to the touch

yellow tinted discharge from the neck that may be accompanied by an odor




 






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Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a feline medical symptom or medical condition.



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