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  1. Aug 13,  · Anorexia: Introduction. Anorexia: This is known as a lack of or loss of appetite for food. See detailed information below for a list of causes of Anorexia, Symptom Checker, including diseases and drug side effect causes.» Review Causes of Anorexia: Causes | Symptom Checker» Causes of Anorexia: The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of Anorexia.
  2. Care of Obese Cats. Food Allergies. When Kitty Needs a Dentist. A sustained loss of appetite (anorexia) is a clinical sign of many diverse feline health problems, ranging from diabetes, kidney disease, hepatic lipidosis, hyperthyroidism, and pancreatitis to conjunctivitis, asthma, and a fever. Food avoidance may also have its roots in a cat’s.
  3. Manifestations of depression in three adults wth Down syndrome, one of whom also exhibited anorexia nervosa, are described. Overall findings indicate that major depression in Down syndrome may be more frequent than previously assumed and that it can be diagnosed with standard diagnostic criteria, modified according to the patient's developmental level.
  4. Anorexia can be categorized into two types: true anorexia and pseudo-anorexia. True anorexia describes a cat that does not want to eat and won’t, whereas pseudo-anorexia describes a cat that wants to eat but cannot due to complications. Disease, tumors, inflammation, and pain are common causes of anorexia in cats.
  5. Anorexia may happen due to mouth pain, which occurs because of a tooth abscess. Other diseases also cause anorexia in cats; they include gastrointestinal disease, kidney disease, ulcers, feline infection anemia, liver disease, congestive heart failure, intestinal infection, heartworms, side effects of some medication, and Addison’s disease.
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  7. Oct 14,  · 2. Risk Factors for Anorexia of Aging. The pathogenesis of anorexia is thought to involve age-related declines in the activities of specific brain areas, including the hypothalamus, in response to peripheral stimuli (fat cell signals, nutrients, circulating hormones) [5,6,7].Inflammation, which is linked to the aging process, contributes to the pathogenesis of anorexia and also plays a key.
  8. Sep 28,  · Causes of Lack Of Appetite in Cats. A cat can lose his appetite for many of the same reasons humans do. Diseases or infections can make eating painful or cause nausea. Illnesses that cause anorexia – or an unwillingness to eat – include cancers, kidney malfunction and stomach ulcers and they need treatment, FAST.

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