Regular Vet Visit

Painful mouth, difficulty eating, Ulcers on a cats mouth/lips. Indolent/rodent ulcers. Feline

Symptoms:

Werewolf was having trouble eating, eating less and also less active. His family thought he might have a bad tooth, which is common in older cats, but instead he had ulcers on the top lip, left and right.

Diagnosis:

Indolent Ulcer, Rodent Ulcer, Eosinophilic granuloma complex

Conclusion:

Indolent Ulcer, Rodent Ulcer, Eosinophilic granuloma complex

Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: domestic short hair
Pet Date of Birth: 09/09/2007
Treatment Cost (USD): $143.70
Provider Business: Jarrettsville Veterinary Center
Address:
3961 Norrisville Rd
3961 Norrisville Rd
Jarrettsville, Maryland 21084
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Nicole Jacobs
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Hi. Can you tell me how you treated this? My Pumpkin has a very similar problem, he has a set of asymmetrical ulcers on his upper lip, but they aren’t going away and none of his vets (regular and oncologist) have a clue what they are from or how to resolve them. He was doing well with chemotherapy for Lymphoma but the ulcers have made him backtrack.