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Kidney: normal cat compared with dog – pathology

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Kidney: normal cat compared with dog - pathology

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  1. Normal dog kidney: larger, more elongated, and darker.
  2. Normal cat kidney: the most striking feature is the pale cortex, often mistaken for a pathological change.
  3. The feline kidney has a papilla, rather than the renal crest of the canine kidney.
  4. Cut edge of the prominent superficial stellate veins, most easily appreciated on the cortical surface.