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Abstract

Danish quarantine regulations for cats currently cover feline parvovirus infection and feline influenza (feline rhinotracheitis virus or feline calicivirus), feline infectious peritonitis (feline coronavirus), feline leukaemia, feline immunodeficiency virus infection, and ringworm. The incubation...

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Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 2000, 83, 12, pp 26-28
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Author(s)
Steensborg, K.
Citation
Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1986, 69, 23, pp 1227-1233
Abstract

It was not possible to identify characteristic clinical symptoms. A poor response to antibiotic therapy was suggestive of the disease. Of six of the cases which were X-rayed, five showed accumulation of fluid in the abdomen and thorax. Blood sedimentation rate was increased. Differential diagnosis...

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Grymer, J.; Svalastoga, E.; Moelbak, I.
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Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1980, 63, 16, pp 657-661
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Infectious peritonitis, caused by an unidentified virus, may take between 1 and 4 months before the clinical symptoms become apparent. There are the 'classic' or 'effusive' form and the 'dry' or 'parenchymatous' form, manifested in the stomach and brain, respectively. Other symptoms include...

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Mortensen, V. A.; Steensborg, K.
Citation
Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1976, 59, 18, pp 761-764