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Distinguishing GI lymphoma and IBD?
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Distinguishing GI lymphoma and IBD?, Andrews C, Operacz M, Maes R, et al. Cross Lineage Rearrangement in Feline Enteropathy-Associated T-cell Lymphoma. Vet Pathol. 2016 May;53(3):559-62. Feline small intestinal lymphoma is most commonly a mucosal T-cell lymphoma (SCL) and confident diagnosis remains challenging, as it presents histologically similar to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Distinguishing between SCL and IBD is important since > 50% of cats with SCL die within 1 year while > 30% of cats with IBD are still alive
Algorithms distinguishing between IBD and alimentary lymphoma in cats
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Algorithms distinguishing between IBD and alimentary lymphoma in cats, . 2016 Nov; 28(6):679-687. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and alimentary lymphoma (ALA) are two, chance of intestinal lymphoma developing when a previous diagnosis of IBD is made. Currently, the diagnosis of IBD and ALA depends on the histopathologic examination of tissue samples taken by biopsy of the small intestine. Upon histology, IBD samples are usually characterized by an accumulation, for the patient. The researchers’ objective with this study was to model the influence of IBD and ALA
Feline Inflammatory Bowel Disease 2015
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. Of these conditions, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is by far the most common. IBD is actually, is present. Patients with IBD may have chronic vomiting as the only sign in early or mild disease, and are often misdiagnosed as simply having ÒhairballsÓ. The causes of IBD are variable, and often, , or many other reasons. Most IBD is likely multifactorial and partially spontaneous in nature. Several types of IBD may be identified based on the type of inflammatory cell present (lympho- plasmacytic
Diagnosis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
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with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and lymphoma in cats. Thickening of the muscularis propria layer of the small, ), lymphoma, or IBD determined by full-thickness biopsy. All the cases had an ultrasonographic, as lymphoma, and 24 as IBD. Previously, 10 samples classified as IBD were reclassified as lymphoma after, those with IBD or normal SI. Cats with thickening of the muscularis propria detected by ultrasound were more likely to have lymphoma than normal SI cats and those with IBD. Cats with ultrasound
Understanding Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Cats
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with inflammatory bowel disease." Vet Microbiol 128(1-2): 178-93. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a term for a group of poorly understood gastrointestinal (GI) diseases of cats. Cats with IBD have, in cats with IBD. Biopsies of the duodenum were obtained from 27 cats: 17 cats sampled as part, are involved in the pathogenesis of IBD in cats. >> PubMed Abstract
Biopsy methods for inflammatory bowel disease
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Winn Funded Research Evans, S. E., J. J. Bonczynski, et al. (2006). "Comparison of endoscopic and full-thickness biopsy specimens for diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease and alimentary tract lymphoma in cats." J Am Vet Med Assoc 229(9): 1447-50. Endoscopic biopsy specimens were useful for diagnosis of gastric lymphosarcoma but were not adequate for differentiating between IBD and lymphosarcoma in the small intestine. Because the most common sites of alimentary tract lymphosarcoma
WINN ANNOUNCES GRANT AWARD FOR GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE STUDY IN CATS
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gastrointestinal disease caused by chronic inflammation (IBD) or cancer (lymphoma). The grant award, provide therapeutic targets.” Fecal microbiome and metabolome in cats with IBD and low-grade, cats as well as cats with two common intestinal diseases, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD
Stem Cell Therapy-Clinical Application Webb
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are the mainstays of therapy for feline chronic enteropathies such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD, and the production of soluble factors. Mouse Models A murine model of IBD (CrohnÕs disease, was decreased while levels of the anti-inflammatory cytokine, IL-10, was increased in IBD mice, -induced IBD murine model. Human Models Twelve patients with CrohnÕs disease refractory
Stem cell therapy in cats with chronic enteropathy: a proof-of-concept study
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Webb TL, Webb CB. Stem cell therapy in cats with chronic enteropathy: a proof-of-concept study. J Feline Med Surg. 2015 Oct;17(10):901-8. (Winn-funded study) Chronic diarrhea is a common source of frustration for cats, their owners, and their veterinarians. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD, with a clinical diagnosis of chronic enterpathy (CE), (including but not limited to IBD) were entered, no signs of IBD were found histologically despite a previous diagnosis. While this study had
Press_release_MTW16-018-2_final
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in cats diagnosed with chronic gastrointestinal disease caused by chronic inflammation (IBD) or cancer, microbiome and metabolome in cats with IBD and low-grade alimentary lymphoma (MTW16-018) Principal, intestinal diseases, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and intestinal cancer (low grade alimentary