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1,370 Possible Causes for cat diseases

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Cat scratch disease is often unrecognized and the full spectrum of its clinical manifestations remains to be investigated.[] Abstract The cases of 2 siblings with cat scratch disease are described who presented with symptoms suggestive of acute febrile gastroenteritis.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Now, the gold standard for diagnosing sinus disease is a CT scan or a CAT scan. This is very very sensitive for sinus disease.[] Do not take ephedra if you have anxiety , high blood pressure , or heart disease , or take an MAO inhibitor. Cat's claw, 250 mg two times daily. Take between food.[] So, let's jump over to a normal CAT scan of somebody's sinuses, to take a look at what it looks like, and then we'll look at an abnormal one. So, this is an axial image.[]

  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

    Chronic respiratory disease with pathology consistent with usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) spontaneously developed in 16 domestic cats.[] […] have been recognized in the domestic dog, cat, and horse. 18 , 19 , 50 , 95 , 96 , 99 In these species, fibrosing lung diseases share important clinical similarities to the[] We have identified spontaneous IPF in domestic cats and hypothesized that this newly identified disease shares the pathology of human IPF; further, this work provides data[]

  • Tuberculosis

    Of the domesticated animals, horses and sheep are least, and cattle most, affected; pigs, dogs and cats occupy an intermediate position.[] In cattle coming chiefly from the plains ( United States Bureau of Animal Industry Reports, 1900-1905) the number found diseased was only 0.134% in 28,000,000.[]

  • Cat Scratch Fever

    Cat fleas are responsible for horizontal transmission of the disease from cat to cat, and on occasion, arthropod vectors (fleas or ticks) may transmit the disease to humans[] Patient information: See related handout on cat-scratch disease . Cat-scratch disease is a common infection that usually presents as tender lymphadenopathy.[] Cat-scratch disease (CSD) is an infectious disease that results from a scratch or bite of a cat.[]

  • Bartonella Henselae

    Although our data are preliminary, we report that a cutaneous swab of the skin lesion from a patient in the early stage of cat-scratch disease can be useful for diagnosis[] To date, none of the reported patients have had a history of typical cat scratch disease (CSD) which is also a manifestation of infection with B. henselae.[] Abstract Bartonella henselae, the agent of cat scratch disease (CSD), appears to be a common organism responsible for lymphadenitis in both adults and children.[]

  • Bartonella Infection

    Debré et al.81 in Paris first described patients with clinical cat-scratch disease (CSD) in 1931.[] Bartonella cat scratch disease lymphadenopathy fever of unknown origin hepatosplenic disease Accepted October 8, 2007.[] Abstract In this paper, we report an investigation on cat-scratch disease (CSD) in Northern Italy.[]

  • Bartonella

    The route of transmission and clinical picture of the patient are similar to those seen in patients with cat scratch disease, which is typically diagnosed as a Bartonella[] PURPOSE: Bartonella is an increasingly isolated emerging pathogen that can cause severe illness in humans, including cat scratch disease (CSD).[] Bartonella cat scratch disease lymphadenopathy fever of unknown origin hepatosplenic disease Accepted October 8, 2007.[]

  • Bacillary Angiomatosis

    PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical cases of cat scratch disease (CSD) and bacillary angiomatosis involving the conjunctiva by special stains and transmission[] […] been unknown such as cat scratch disease.[] […] to humans by scratching normally leads to cat-scratch disease.[]

  • Lymphadenitis

    However, none of the epithelioid cell granulomas of Yersinia LA contains MBLs like in cat scratch disease.[] Cat scratch disease An organism called bartonellae henselae causes cat scratch disease, says Medline Plus.[] In tularemia and cat scratch disease, monocytoid B lymphocytes (MBLs) with T cells and macrophages contribute to the formation of granuloma.[]

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