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Introduction: To describe the clinical presentation, clinicopathological abnormalities and outcomes of a series of cats diagnosed with infective endocarditis (IE) at two tertiary care referral institutions. Animals: Thirteen client-owned cats presenting to the cardiology or emergency services of...

Author(s)
Palerme, J. S.; Jones, A. E.; Ward, J. L.; Nandhakumar Balakrishnan; Linder, K. E.; Breitschwerdt, E. B.; Keene, B. W.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Cardiology, 2016, 18, 3, pp 213-225
Abstract

Infective arthritis is an inflammatory arthropathy caused by an infective agent which can be cultured from the affected joint(s). Bacteria are the most common cause of infective arthritis in dogs and cats in the UK. However, bacterial arthritis can resemble many other arthropathies and attempts to...

Author(s)
May, C.
Publisher
British Veterinary Association, London, UK
Citation
In Practice, 2005, 27, 6, pp 316-321
Abstract

Erosive polyarthritis was diagnosed in an 11-month-old neutered male Egyptian Mau-cross cat with concurrent glucocorticoid-responsive dermatitis. Clinical signs, synovial fluid analysis, serological tests and radiographic appearance could not differentiate between immune-mediated and infective ...

Author(s)
Zeugswetter, F.; Hittmair, K. M.; Arespacochaga, A. G. de; Shibly, S.; Spergser, J.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2007, 9, 3, pp 226-231
Abstract

Joint infections are often encountered in general practice and, contrary to the belief of some, they are not always secondary to a surgical intervention or local wounds. Understanding the pathophysiology of joint infections allows the clinician to be aware of the serious complications associated...

Author(s)
Grierson, J.
Publisher
Veterinary Business Development Ltd, Peterborough, UK
Citation
Veterinary Times, 2011, 41, 35, pp 26, 28
Abstract

Non-infective polyarthritis in the cat is classified into erosive (feline rheumatoid arthritis and feline periosteal proliferative polyarthritis) and non-erosive (feline systemic lupus erythematosus, feline idiopathic polyarthritis) forms. Criteria are used to identify each group. Clinically, all...

Author(s)
Bennett, D.; Nash, A. S.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1988, 29, 8, pp 501-523
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Author(s)
Butterworth, S. J.
Publisher
The North American Veterinary Conference, Gainesville, USA
Citation
Small animal and exotics. Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference, Volume 22, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2008, 2008, pp 972-974
Abstract

Polyarthritis syndrome in domestic carnivores The cause of polyarthritis syndrome may be infective, immunological or exceptionally neoplastic. The presenting signs are often non-descriptive and include pain and intermittent lameness associated with hyperthermia. The ancillary examination of choice...

Author(s)
Cauzinille, L.
Publisher
Edizioni Veterinarie & Agrozootechniche, Milano, Italy
Citation
Summa, 2005, 22, 7, pp 45-51
Abstract

This volume is the seventh in the series of Year books intended to supply agriculturalists with an up-to-date survey of various branches of science covered by the United States Department of Agriculture. The current Year book, like that of 1939 [Food and Life- V. B. 11 909.] is of great veterinary...

Publisher
Washington, D.C.: Superintendent of Documents.,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1942, pp xiii+1276 pp.
Abstract

Neither aureomycin nor furacin (5-nitro-2 furaldehyde semicarbazone) was effective against staphylococcal MASTITIS. The potassium salt of penicillin G was irritant and caused fibrin clots. Vaccination of sheep against CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS reduced the incidence to about half that in controls. Sheep ...

Publisher
Canberra: L. F. Johnston, Commonwealth Govt. Printer,
Citation
Fourth Annual Report of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization for the year ending 30th June, 1952., 1952, pp 173 pp.
Abstract

The normal activities of the bureau continued to function satisfactorily; the U.S.A. remained free from major epizootics throughout the year. There were 4, 428 regular civil service employees and of these 2, 081 were in the professional and scientific service, 93% being veterinarians. Expenditure...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office.,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1941., 1941, pp 92 pp.

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