High-rise syndrome in cats.

@article{Whitney1987HighriseSI,
  title={High-rise syndrome in cats.},
  author={W O Whitney and C J Mehlhaff},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={1987},
  volume={191 11},
  pages={1399-403}
}
High-rise syndrome was diagnosed in 132 cats over a 5-month period. The mean age of the cats was 2.7 years. Ninety percent of the cats had some form of thoracic trauma. Of these, 68% had pulmonary contusions and 63% had pneumothorax. Abnormal respiratory patterns were evident clinically in 55%. Other common clinical findings included facial trauma (57%), limb fractures (39%), shock (24%), traumatic luxations (18%), hard palate fractures (17%), hypothermia (17%), and dental fractures (17… CONTINUE READING
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