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In ferrets, urinary tract catheterization is most often indicated for neutered males with a urethral obstruction. Obstructions are commonly caused by prostatic enlargement secondary to adrenal tumor hormone production or, less commonly, by urolithiasis. A ferret with a urethral obstruction needs immediate intervention to relieve the obstruction.

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Heidi L Hoefer. Excellence in exotics: Practice tip: ferret urinary tract catheterization. Compendium (Yardley, PA). 2013 Feb;35(2):E6

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PMID: 23532905

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