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Infections by feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) nd feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) re definitely the most common infectious diseases of domestic cats. The seroprevalence varies greatly depending on the age, sex, lifestyle, physical condition and geographical location of the population studied.
Organochlorine compounds have been used as insecticides since the 1940s. One of the reasons for their widespread use was their prolonged persistence in the environment, but it is also precisely because of this characteristic that most organochlorines are no longer used and cannot be bought. Lindane and endosulfan are the most biodegradable organochlorines and are, therefore, still available.
Both dogs and cats have increased dietary requirements during gestation.
Unlike the situation in humans and cats, acromegaly in the dog due to a pituitary adenoma is extremely rare, although a case has been described. Acromegaly in the dog is more frequently related to the production of mammary growth hormone (GH). This production occurs in middle-aged or elderly bitches during the luteal phase of the oestrous cycle as a consequence of high levels of progesterone in...
Diabetes mellitus is undoubtedly one of the most frequent endocrine disorders in the dog and cat. Diabetes is a disease characterised by hyperglycaemia resulting from insulin deficiency and/or resistance; it is the consequence of absolute or relative insulin deficiency, caused, in turn, by an inefficiency of the beta cells of the endocrine pancreas. The clinical manifestations are mainly linked...
The term keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eye) is used to describe insufficient production of the aqueous component of the tear film, which causes inflammation of the conjunctiva and cornea with extremely heterogeneous signs.   SIGNS
The open wound shown on the hindlimb of this large mixed-breed dog (65a) started as a large necrotic lesion, probably toxic epidermal necrolysis or the result of a spider bite. An outline of care was given to the owner. The wound progressed well and is shown three weeks later (65b). At this time, reconstructive surgery was recommended. The dog was not returned for further care for four months...

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