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    • Feline Information Bulletin, No. 4, October 1978 

      Scott, Fredric W.; Hoshino, Yasutaka; Weiss, Richard C. (Cornell University. New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Research Laboratory, 1978-10)
      Topics in this issue include: Feline Infectious Peritonitis.
    • Feline Information Bulletin, No. 6, September 1984 

      Barlough, Jeffrey E.; Stoddart, Cheryl A. (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1984-09)
      Topics in this issue include: Feline Infectious Peritonitis.
    • Feline Information Bulletin, No. 7, November 1986 

      Lein, Donald H. (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1986-11)
      Topics in this issue include: Feline Reproduction.
    • Feline Information Bulletin, No. 8, 1987 

      Morrison, Susan A. (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1987)
      Topics in this issue include: Feline Liver Disease.
    • Feline ischemic encephalopathy and Cuterebra larva myiasis in a domestic shorthair cat 

      Gustavson, Mark (2012-02-08)
      Our patient, an approximately 3 year old castrated male domestic shorthair cat presented to the Emergency Service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals on 08/08/2011 with a 5 day history of neurologic signs. His ...
    • Feline leukemia virus : presentation and diagnosis in a latently infected cat 

      Frye, Chris W. (2010-09-08)
      Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is a retrovirus of the subfamily oncornavirus, which infects domestic cats worldwide. Its complex pathogenicity may include a latent state within its host that may manifest in certain clinical ...
    • Feline nasal lymphoma: Radiation therapy in a 10-year-old domestic shorthair cat 

      Parry, Alexandra (2014-03-26)
      A 10-year-old female spayed, domestic short hair cat was first presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals Emergency Service on December 27, 2013 for respiratory difficulty. Increased upper respiratory noise, ...
    • Feline pyothorax 

      Pulver, Michael (2005-04-20)
      This report describes a case of pyothorax in an 11 month old, male castrated domestic short hair cat. The cat was referred for further evaluation of acute dyspnea, pleural effusion, and the radiographic finding of an ...
    • The Feline Report, v.1, September 1974 

      Cornell Feline Research Laboratory; Gillespie, James H. (Cornell Feline Research Laboratory. New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, 1974-09)
      Topics in this report include: Staff; Feline Research Laboratory Staff: Administratin, Participating Staff; Facilities; Past Research at Cornell University on Feline Diseases; Future Research; Support for the Cornell Feline ...
    • The Feline Report, v.2 , September 1975 

      Cornell Feline Research Laboratory; Scott, Fredric W. (Cornell Feline Research Laboratory. New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, 1975-09)
      Topics in this report include: Cornell Feline Research Laboratory; Message from the Director [Fredric W. Scott]: Research in Progress, New Research Programs, Clinical Studies; Support for the Cornell Feline Research ...
    • Feline salmonellosis: a treat to human health? 

      Grigg, Cheri (2011-11-30)
      A four year old, male castrated, domestic short hair presented with a one day history of acute onset, mucoid, bloody diarrhea, lethargy, vomiting and anorexia. Two out of the three other cats in the house were also sick, ...
    • Feline sarcoid 

      Jones, Jennifer L. (2005-05-04)
      A 4-year-old, female spayed domestic short-hair presented for evaluation and a second opinion of a nasal growth. The patient had an abnormally shaped nose, aside from the growth, since a kitten. The mass first appeared ...
    • Feline splenic mast cell tumor 

      Berliner, Elizabeth (2003-02-05)
      Splenic mast cell tumor is the most common splenic neoplasm in the cat. This disease is frequently metastatic, involving liver, lymph node, and bone marrow, with a peripheral mastocythemia. The treatment of choice ...
    • Feline upper respiratory infection control in northeastern animal shelters 

      Fronhofer, Lisa J. (2004-02-18)
      Feline upper respiratory infections are one of the leading causes of euthanasias of cats in animal shelters. This research involved designing and distributing a survey to animal shelters throughout New York and New England ...
    • Feline vaccine-associated sarcoma : a case report and current management options 

      Sullivan, Elizabeth (2002-11-20)
      Feline vaccine-associated sarcomas (VASs) are locally aggressive tumors that have presented many challenges to the veterinary profession over the last decade. These tumors are most commonly associated with the administration ...
    • [Feline] Information Bulletin, No. 5, September 1983 

      Barlough, Jeffrey E. (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1983-09)
      Topics in this issue include: Feline Leukemia Virus.
    • Felis domesticus: A Manual of Feline Health 1982-1983 

      Cornell Feline Health Center (New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1983)
      Contents include: Section I: Proceedings of Second Annual Feline Health Seminar July 1982: Feline Behavior and Behavior Problems (Thomas R. Wolski); Feline Nutrition (Francis A. Kallfelz); Feline Genetics (Elizabeth A. B. ...
    • Felix Thoemmes Faculty Bio 

      Thoemmes, Felix (2015-05-01)
    • Female Millenial Interest in and Consumption of Sports Media and Imperatives and Pressures in the Sports Media Market 

      Nolting, Erika (2008-07-07)
      This research is an exploratory study comparing the interview responses of sports and sports media professionals to the questionnaire responses of female Millenials from a sample population of undergraduates at three ...
    • Female Public Speech And The Revision History Of Rossini'S Maometto Secondo 

      Moulsdale, Gary (2014-08-18)
      The exclusion of women from the civic sphere is a familiar topic in many areas of feminist scholarship. I extend this question to Rossini by examining how four of his operas reflect rules governing female public speech. ...