Message Number: FHL5348 | New FHL Archives Search
Date: 2008-07-01 00:58:16 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re:Adrenal disease

Personally, this sounds to me much more like an abscess. It is possible,
whenever an injection is given, for a small amount of bacteria to be carried in
with the needle. Usually, this isn't a problem, but occasionally an infection
and abscess will result, which would explain everything that is goin on. The
recommendation for antibiotics, IMO, is correct, but if the abscess is walled
off from the rest of the body, it may require surgical drainage.

Dr. Ruth
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