Background: Rare in horses. However, it has been known to occur and can be helped with the addition of natural medicines.
Symptoms: When the disease is acute and severe, the symptoms include blood and pus in the urine, fever, abdominal or back pain, fever and uremia. Many cases are sub-clinical, causing very mild symptoms, but still damaging the kidney tissue.
Diagnostics: Blood tests, urinalysis.
Special Notes: The condition may be secondary to an ascending bladder or urethral infection, cystic calculi, congenital defects or other obstruction.
Principles for Supplementation: Natural treatment is aimed at supporting the healing process.