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Signs of lower urinary tract diseases in the cat have been described in the veterinary literature for more than 80 years (Kirk, 1925). The term feline urological syndrome (FUS) was coined in the 1970s (Osbaldiston and Taussig, 1970) and replaced in the 1980s (Osborne et al., 1984) by  feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD) to indicate the clinical pictures characterized by the variable...
Degenerative myelopathy is a progressively worsening degenerative disorder of the nervous system, first described in 1973 in a German Shepherd dog. In the past, the disease has also been called “degenerative myelopathy of the German Shepherd”, “progressive myelopathy”, and “chronic degenerative radiculomyelopathy”. Although it has been observed with a...
Information on the possible risks to an animal’s health connected with the wrong kind of diet  are often ignored by the pet’s owner. The owner claims that he loves his pet so much that he cannot deny his love in the form of food! The lack of therapeutic team work between veterinarian, client and pet is one of the most significant problems in the prevention and treatment of obesity in dogs and...
Tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) is an infection caused by an arbovirus called TBEV (Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus). Arboviruses belong to different viral families that share the characteristic of being transmitted by arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes (Class Insecta) and ticks (Class Arachnida).1
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.
Pyrethrins are naturally occurring compounds obtained from the flowers of Tanacetum cinerariaefolium (also called Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium or Pyrethrum cinerariaefolium). Given the poor stability of pyrethrins in air, light and heat, synthetic analogues, called pyrethroids, have been produced. These latter can be administered together with synergistic compounds, such as piperonyl butoxide,...
Hypothyroidism is a clinical condition resulting from a thyroid hormone production deficiency secondary to structural or functional diseases of the thyroid gland. In animals hypothyroidism may occur in a congenital form or, more often, as an acquired form; from an aetiological standpoint it is further classified as primary, if the disease primarily involves the thyroid gland, and as central if it...

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