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feline inflammatory polyps: historical, clinical, and pcr findings for feline calici virus and feline herpes virus-1 in 28 cases.inflammatory polyps are associated with significant aural or nasopharyngeal disease in cats. it has been proposed that chronic viral infection may induce the masses. ventral bulla osteotomy (vbo) is usually recommended for definitive therapy but removal of masses from the nasopharynx or external ear canal by traction/avulsion is also used. a retrospective study of 28 cats with inflammatory polyps was conducted to correlate recurrence with mode of therapy. tissues from 41 polyps were assayed for ...200212468312
pathogen exposure varies widely among sympatric populations of wild and domestic felids across the united states.understanding how landscape, host, and pathogen traits contribute to disease exposure requires systematic evaluations of pathogens within and among host species and geographic regions. the relative importance of these attributes is critical for management of wildlife and mitigating domestic animal and human disease, particularly given rapid ecological changes, such as urbanization. we screened > 1000 samples from sympatric populations of puma (puma concolor), bobcat (lynx rufus), and domestic ca ...201627209780
hantavirus pulmonary syndrome: the four corners disease.to review the epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, and treatment of hantavirus infections, focusing on the recent outbreak of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome in the us.19957711347
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