Feline high-rise syndrome: 119 cases (1998-2001).

@article{Vnuk2004FelineHS,
  title={Feline high-rise syndrome: 119 cases (1998-2001).},
  author={Dra{\vz}en Vnuk and Boris Pirki{\'c} and Dra{\vz}en Mati{\vc}i{\'c} and Brankica Radi{\vs}i{\'c} and Marko Stejskal and Tomislav Babi{\'c} and Mario Kreszinger and Nik{\vs}a Lemo},
  journal={Journal of feline medicine and surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={6 5},
  pages={305-12}
}
High-rise syndrome was diagnosed in 119 cats over a 4-year period. 59.6% of cats were younger than one year, and the average height of the fall was four stories. High-rise syndrome was more frequent during the warmer period of the year. 96.5% of the presented cats, survived after the fall. 46.2% of cats had fractured limbs; 38.5% of fractures were of the forelimb, 61.5% of the hindlimb. The tibia was fractured most often (36.4%), followed by the femur (23.6%). 78.6% of femoral fractures were… CONTINUE READING
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