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By John R. August

A useful addition to each small animal clinician's library, this source investigates the newest issues and treatments in tom cat inner medication comparable to neurogenic micturition problems, continual rhinosinusitis, pussycat bronchial asthma, osteoarthritis and geriatrics, weight problems and its health and wellbeing results, safeguard medication, overpopulation, cruelty towards cats. contains new, full-color illustrations all through!

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Clarridgeiae, the route of infection in cats is presumed to be similar to B. 19,40 Identified risk factors for B. clarridgeiae exposure and infection are similar to those of B. henselae. Natural infection with B. 41,42 Because cats infected experimentally with B. 43 B. bovis (originally reported as B. 44 Cats reported with B. koehlerae or B. 41,42,44 Although seropositivity to B. elizabethae and B. 21,24,38 Whether these results represent true exposure or cross-reactivity between Bartonella spp.

Intraocular Cuterebra in a cat. J Am Vet Med Assoc 193(7):829-830, 1988. 73. Bussanich MN, Rootman J: Intraocular nematode in a cat. Fel Pract 13(4):20-26, 1983. 74. Gwin RM, Merideth R, Martin CL, et al: Ophthalmomyiasis interna posterior in two cats and a dog. J Am Anim Hosp Assoc 20(3):481486, 1984. 75. Stiles J: The cat. In Gelatt KN, editor: Veterinary ophthalmology, Philadelphia, 1999, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, pp 1448-1473. 76. Maggs DJ, Lappin MR, Nasisse MP: Detection of feline herpesvirusspecific antibodies and DNA in aqueous humor from cats with or without uveitis.

Liquid clindamycin, administered at 4∞ C, is tolerated by most cats. Trimethoprimsulfonamide combination therapy (15 mg/kg PO q12h for 2 to 4 weeks) also can be used for treatment of toxoplasmosis, although it is less suitable because of the potential side effects caused by folic acid deficiency in cats. 27 Azithromycin is a potential alternate choice for cats intolerant of clindamycin or sulfa drugs; however, the most appropriate dose for the treatment of toxoplasmosis has not been determined.

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