Clinical evaluation of multimodal environmental modification (MEMO) in the management of cats with idiopathic cystitis

  title={Clinical evaluation of multimodal environmental modification (MEMO) in the management of cats with idiopathic cystitis},
  author={C. A. Buffington and J. Westropp and D. Chew and Roger R Bolus},
  journal={Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery},
  pages={261 - 268}
  • C. A. Buffington, J. Westropp, +1 author Roger R Bolus
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery
  • This prospective observational study evaluated client-reported recurrence of lower urinary tract signs (LUTS) and other signs of abnormalities in cats with idiopathic cystitis after institution of multimodal environmental modification (MEMO). [...] Key Method Forty-six client-owned indoor-housed cats with idiopathic cystitis, diagnosed based on a history of recurrent LUTS and evidence of absence of urolithiasis or bacterial urinary tract infection were studied.Expand Abstract
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