Hypospadias in a Himalayan cat.

@article{King2000HypospadiasIA,
  title={Hypospadias in a Himalayan cat.},
  author={Gordon J. King and Edwin H Johnson},
  journal={The Journal of small animal practice},
  year={2000},
  volume={41 11},
  pages={508-10}
}
A one-year-old male Himalayan cat was presented with a history of chronic cystitis. Physical examination revealed that the cat had hypospadias. It was postulated that the abnormal urethral opening on the ventral aspect of the penis permitted faecal contamination of the preputial area and gave rise to the ascending infection. The hypospadias was surgically corrected and a complete recovery was achieved. 

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