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    • Feline Health Topics for Veterinarians, Vol. 9, No. 4, Fall 1994 

      Cornell Feline Health Center (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1994)
      Topics in this issue include: Helicobacter and Chronic Gastric Disease (Thomas Schermerhorn); Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva in Cats: A Potential Important Animal Model of the Human Disease (Beth A. Valentine, ...
    • Feline Health Topics for Veterinarians,. Vol. 15, NO. 3, July-September 2000 

      Cornell Feline Health Center (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 2000-09)
      Topics in this issue include: Current and Future Applications of Radiation Therapy in Feline Oncology--Part I (Margaret C. McEntee); Guest Editorial: Radiation Therapy in Veterinary Oncology, Who Needs It? (R. L. Page); ...
    • Feline Health Topics for Veterinarians. Vol. 7, No. 3, Summer 1992 

      Cornell Feline Health Center (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1992)
      Topics in this issue include: Part II: Drugs Useful In Feline Practice (Lauren A. Trepanier); The Cat's Meow; Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of Primucell-FIP Vaccine (F. W. Scott, W. V. Corapi, C. W. Olsen).
    • Feline hemotrophic mycoplasmosis : A case of Mycoplasma haemofelis in a domestic short hair 

      Galvan, Stephanie (2004-10-27)
      A 4 year old male castrated domestic short hair presented to Cornell University Hospital for Animals for severe anemia caused by Mycoplasma haemofelis. M. haemofelis is one of the hemotrophic mycoplasmas that affect the ...
    • Feline hyperthyroidism 

      Burke, Aubri E. (2006-10-25)
      In July 2004, Shadow, a 14 year old, female spayed domestic shorthair, presented to her referring veterinarian with a complaint of progressive weight loss despite a normal appetite. Total T4 concentration was found to be ...
    • Feline hyperthyroidism 

      Forbes, Sheila (2003-09-24)
      A diagnosis of feline hyperthyroidism has increased sharply since 1976. There is no sex predeliction, but Siamese and Himilayans are less likely to develop it. It is most often found in cats over 8 years of age (>95%), but ...
    • Feline Idiopathic Pure Red Cell Aplasia 

      Schmoke, Sarah (2014-02-05)
    • Feline infectious peritonitis 

      Scollan, Katherine (2005-11-30)
      Super Kitty, a fourteen year old male castrated American DSH presented to the Cornell University Pathology Service for necropsy. He had had a year of vomiting, anorexia, and weight loss as well as a previously diagnosed ...
    • Feline infectious peritonitis : the challenge of diagnosis 

      Pabin, Carol (2002-04-10)
      Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is an important viral disease of domestic cats, particularly those in multiple cat environments such as catteries and shelters. FIP-associated mortality is very high and the lack of ...
    • Feline infectious peritonitis : the disease, the tests, the controversy 

      Marcella, Kenneth L. (1983)
      Controversy has long been beneficial to the scientific community, for out of controversy comes increased research effort and out of research come answers. More frequently, however, out of research come questions and out ...
    • Feline infectious peritonitis and interpretation of coronavirus antibody titers 

      Carter, Joanne (1987)
      Feline infectious peritonitis is an immunologically mediated vasculitis and perivasculitis, with characteristic inflammatory lesions oriented around blood vessels in multiple organs. The causative organism is a coronavirus ...
    • Feline infectious respiratory disease complex : herpesvirus, calicivirus, Chlamydia psittaci var. felis 

      Thornton, Cynthia (1999-12-01)
      Upper respiratory infections are commonly seen in young kittens and debilitated cats, often when the cats reside in colonies (strays, barn cats, etc.) or multicat households. Vaccinations are effective but not entirely ...
    • Feline Informatin Bulletion, No. 1, April 1976 

      Post, John E. (Cornell University. New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Research Laboratory, 1976-04)
      Topics of articles in this issue include: Feline Leukemia and Related Viruses (John E. Post);
    • Feline Information Bulletin, No. 2, February 1977 

      Scott, Fredric W. (Cornell University. New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Research Laboratory, 1977-02)
      Topics in this issue include: Feline Respiratory Diseases.
    • Feline Information Bulletin, No. 3, February 1978 

      Scott, Danny W. (Cornell University. New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Research Laboratory, 1978-02)
      Topics in this issue include: Feline Skin Disorders.
    • 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 ...