Problems With Joints Cat

breeds, Burmese, Chartreux, Devon Rex, Maine Coon, Persian, Siamese, the medial dislocation of the hip, The hip dysplasia, Medial patellar luxation, Arthritis, Inflammation of the joints,

The cat may be suffering from several kinds of problems with bones and joints. and this is The main joint disease in cats.

Inflammation of the joints, or arthritis, can occur frequently in cats for several reasons.
The problem is that the owners do notice until the cat starts to limp obviously. 

and in the other side,They didn't notice it, as the way of how the animal walks compensates relatively well ambulation difficulties. 
If your cat is reluctant to move, it is best to immediately seek the advice of a veterinarian, who will examine it and ask a radiograph as the only clinical examination of the locomotor system typically doesn't give guidance.

Medial patellar luxation:
This is a position of the ball defect sometimes dislodged from its cavity and moves inwardly of the cat's knee. 
It may be asymptomatic, but in general and sometimes the cat box or avoids jumping up. It is hereditary in the Abyssinian, the Chartreux, Devon Rex, Maine Coon and Persian. The orthopedic and radiographic diagnosis.

The hip dysplasia:
This is an abnormal conformation of the joint between the femur and pelvis (hip) that causes arthritis of the region over the years. The symptoms are variable: sometimes non-existent, they manifest on other occasions by intermittent lameness, difficulty jumping and reluctance to move.
In some breeds(Burmese, Chartreux, Devon Rex, Maine Coon, Persian, Siamese) it is hereditary and often accompanies the medial dislocation of the hip

 Gilles Hag├Ęge
Veterinary doctor, Council of the SPA, a specialist in canine psychiatry and author of reference books
Next Post »