Gallbladder mucocoele and concurrent hepatic lipidosis in a cat
SL Bennett, M Milne, RF Slocombe, BP Landon
AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL | WILEY | Published : 2007
A 3-year-old Domestic Shorthair cat was presented with weight loss, anorexia and icterus. Feline hepatic lipidosis and gallbladder mucocoele were diagnosed; this is the first report of gallbladder mucocoele in the cat. The case was managed successfully with cholecystojejunostomy, gastrostomy tube placement and tube feeding for 3 months. The cat has survived over the long term with minimal complications.