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Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery

Print ISSN
1098-612X
Electronic ISSN
1532-2750
Impact factor
1.681
Publisher
highwire
URL
http://jfm.sagepub.com
Usage rank
1846
Article count
1055
Free count
16
Free percentage
0.0151659
PDFs via platforms
Sciencedirect from 1999, Highwire, and Gale

  1. Open-label trial of a multi-strain synbiotic in cats with chronic diarrhea.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 14(4):240 (2012) PMID 22412160

    This study was designed to test the hypothesis that in cats with chronic diarrhea the daily administration of a proprietary synbiotic (Proviable-DC) would result in an improvement in stool character, as assessed by the owner. Adult cats with chronic diarrhea were recruited for the st...
  2. Survey of the feline leukemia virus infection status of cats in Southern Germany.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 14(6):392 (2012) PMID 22403413

    Most studies that investigate the prevalence of infections with feline leukemia virus (FeLV) are based on the detection of p27 antigen in blood, but they do not detect proviral DNA to identify the prevalence of regressive FeLV infections. The aim of the present study was to assess th...
  3. A fresh face and a new chapter.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 14(1):3 (2012) PMID 22247318

  4. Aplastic anemia in cats - clinicopathological features and associated disease conditions 1996-2004.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 8(3):203 (2006) PMID 16434225

    A retrospective study of 128 feline bone marrow reports identified 13 cases of aplastic anemia. Clinical diagnoses included chronic renal failure (n=5), feline leukemia virus infection (n=2), hyperthyroidism treated with methimazole (n=1) and idiopathic aplastic anemia (n=5). In some cats, starvatio...
  5. Management of carpal hyperextension injury in a cat using combined temporary transarticular internal and external skeletal fixation.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 16(10):842 (2014) PMID 24650950

    This report describes the successful management of a carpal hyperextension injury in a cat using combined temporary transarticular internal and external skeletal fixation, without performing an arthrodesis. To our knowledge, there have been no previous reports of management of feline carpal hyperext...
  6. Comparison of serum fatty acid concentrations in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and healthy controls.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 16(8):631 (2014) PMID 24366844

    n-3 fatty acids have some benefits in humans and dogs with cardiac disease, and plasma n-3 fatty acid concentrations have been shown to be decreased in dogs with congestive heart failure (CHF). However, there are no published studies reporting fatty acid concentrations in cats with cardiac disease....
  7. Per-endoscopic trans-tympanic traction for the management of feline aural inflammatory polyps: a case review of 37 cats.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 16(8):645 (2014) PMID 24366845

    Feline aural inflammatory polyps are benign growths originating from the tympanic cavity or the Eustachian tube. They usually occur in young cats, which present either signs of otitis externa and otitis media, or respiratory signs, depending on the direction of polyp growth. Neurological signs are a...
  8. Evaluation of low-dose metronomic (LDM) cyclophosphamide toxicity in cats with malignant neoplasia.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 16(8):671 (2014) PMID 24423814

    I gastrointestinal toxicity during the first month of treatment, which was controlled with antiemetics. Overall, 2/24 cats (8%) showed grade I haematological toxicities and 1/24 (4%) showed grade I renal toxicity in the first 4 weeks. Median follow-up for all cats was 30 days (range 30-360 days). Fo...
  9. Pyogranulomatous mural folliculitis in a cat treated with methimazole.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 16(6):527 (2014) PMID 24101746

    An 11-year-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat was presented for polydipsia, hyperactivity and bilateral thyroid gland enlargement. Total T4 (TT4) was in the upper interval range; therefore, an early hyperthyroidism was suspected. A treatment trial with methimazole was started, as the owner ref...
  10. Prevalence and risk factor analysis of feline haemoplasma infection in New Zealand domestic cats using a real-time PCR assay.

    Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery 15(12):1063 (2013) PMID 23666110

    Haemotropic mycoplasmas (haemoplasmas) are small epierythrocytic bacteria that have the potential to cause severe, life-threatening haemolytic anaemia. The aim of the current study was to evaluate feline haemoplasma prevalence using real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) from a convenience sample...