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diabetes mellitus, renal disease, and hyperthyroidism, that could cause polyuria. Results of analysis of 3 urine samples obtained within a 7-month period were normal with the exception of moderate hematuria in 1 sample, which may have been iatrogenic. This

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CBC, serum biochemistry panel, urinalysis, and bacterial culture of a urine sample. No results suggestive of renal disease, diabetes mellitus, hyperthyroidism, or urinary tract infection were found. At the time of the appointment, no diagnostic imaging

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mellitus and hyperthyroidism, were ruled out with laboratory results. 6 – 9 Mild hypercholesterolemia could be due to hyperadrenocorticism, diabetes mellitus, cholestasis, or a recent meal, 10 the latter being most likely based on history and laboratory

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rather than a straightforward toileting problem. Possible causes that were considered included various medical and behavioral conditions. However, conditions such as renal, lower urinary tract (urolithiasis, cystitis, and infection), endocrine (diabetes

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day. Causes of persistent isosthenuria include early renal insufficiency, hyperadrenocorticism, and psychogenic polydipsia. Diabetes mellitus, hypoadrenocorticism, hepatic failure, hypercalcemia, and hypokalemia were eliminated as differential

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diabetes mellitus) were not supported by the results of clinicopathologic testing. Litter box aversion owing to musculoskeletal pain was not suspected because the patient had a normal gait and normal range of limb motion during examination and was reported

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