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Clinical management of a Haematuric dog with Cantharis 30C

Author(s): J. P. Varshney

Journal: Journal of Case Studies in Homeopathy
ISSN 2321-6255

Volume: 1;
Issue: 2;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Cantharis | cultural examination | E. coli | haematuria | Labrador | urinary incontinence | ultrasonography | homeopathy | veterinary

A male Labrador dog, aged 8 years, with haematuria, urgency and incontinence of urine for last 10 days was diagnosed with Cystitis. The basis of diagnosis was clinico-urological examination, preponderance of E.coli, RBCs in the urine and ultrasonographic evidence of urinary wall thickness with mixed echo fluid in the urinary bladder. Homeopathic drug Cantharis 30C was chosen on the basis of principal symptoms of urgency, incontinence and haematuria. Though gross haematuria ceased on day 7th post therapy, complete recovery with the absence of microscopic haematuria was seen after 21 days of therapy.
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