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Kristin E. Pampel K Pampel Veterinary Ultrasound, 625 W Jackson Blvd Unit 502, Chicago, IL 60661.

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    Grauer GF. Clinical manifestations of urinary disorders. In: Nelson RW, Couto CG, eds. Small animal internal medicine. 3rd ed. St Louis: CV Mosby Co, 2003;568583.

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    Feeney DA, Johnston GR. The kidneys and ureters. In: Thrall DE, ed. Textbook of veterinary diagnostic radiology. 4th ed. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co, 2002;556571.

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    Shiroma JT, Gabriel JK, Carter TL, et al. Effect of reproductive status on feline renal size. Vet Radiol Ultrasound 1999;40:242245.

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