Proteinuria more likely in dogs with lymphoma, study finds

01/16/2013 | News-Medical.Net

According to a recent study, canine patients with lymphoma were significantly more likely to have proteinuria than control dogs who did not have lymphoma. The findings suggest that dogs with lymphoma should be managed with an understanding of potential renal complications, the authors noted in their report.

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