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Oral health and retrovirus status in cats
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throughout North America. Cats with a known history of FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus) vaccination, for feline leukemia (FeLV) or FIV was associated with naturally occurring gingivitis, periodontitis, gingivostomatitis (FCGS) were assigned to the stomatitis group. Each cat was tested for FeLV and FIV, , 237 (4.6%) were FIV positive and 186 (3.6%) were FeLV positive; 12 (0.2%) were seropositive, . A relationship between age and oral health was found in the FIV positive group, so this group was divided
Follow-up on long-term antiretroviral therapy for cats infected with feline immunodeficiency virus
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to the relatively low severity of FIV infection. In some cases, however, FIV may lead to major clinical, followed by 3TC in FIV infected cats, and monitored for the development of resistance. 4 cats naturally infected with FIV were followed for a several year period. Cats were indoor only and tested, for 5-6 years, and then transitioned to AZT+3TC for an additional 3 years. FIV positive untreated cats and FIV negative cats were used as controls. Hematologic parameters, FIV viral load, and CD4
Retroviruses and Cat Bite Wounds
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immunodeficiency virus (FIV) at the time of presentation. Veterinarians were asked to retest cats 60 days later to determine if seronegative cats became positive after the high-risk event. The FeLV-FIV status of 96, seropositive for FeLV and/or FIV. Risk factors associated with seropositive status included age (adult, . Of these cats, 5.2% that were initially seronegative for FIV seroconverted. This study determined that a high, was low. Clearly, the FeLV-FIV status of cats with fight wounds should be determined at the time
Treatment for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
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Fogle JE, Tompkins WA, Campbell B et al: Fozivudine tidoxil as single-agent therapy decreases plasma and cell-associated viremia during acute feline immunodeficiency virus infection, J Vet Intern Med 25:413, 2011. Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a natural lentivirus infection of domestic, drugs with fewer side effects for FIV treatment, the authors evaluated a compound related to ZDV, at lowering viral load the first 2 weeks of FIV infection and may decrease early FIV- associated
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
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(3-4): p. 217-25.Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is an important pathogen of cats that may lead, was the presence of FIV infection (as detected by the antibody assay for the virus). They found, to the effects on blood cell production. Thus, FIV infection of bone marrow cells contributes, of FIV infection in the bone marrow stroma. Virology, 2001. 282(1): p. 113-22.>> PubMed
FeLV is associated with severe oral inflammatory disease in some cats
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herpes virus (FHV-1), feline leukemia virus (FeLV), and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) as well, , and FIV. Immunohistochemistry revealed the presence of FCV, FeLV, and FIV antigens, RNA from oral swab samples, and 34.6% FeLV DNA and 0.0% FIV DNA from whole blood samples. This study
Causes of uveitis in cats
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, but not all patients had the exact same testing or workup. All patients, except for five, of these agents: retroviruses (feline leukemia, FeLV; and feline immunodeficiency virus, FIV, : FeLV 2.7%, FIV 7.3%, FCoV 34.7%, T. gondii23.7%, Bartonella spp. 43.2%; there was a combined, , and five ultimately were diagnosed with feline infectious peritonitis (FIP); the remaining 38/44, (17/38) were tested in some way for all five non-fungal infectious agents. Eleven cases with positive
Cats and Viruses
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), calicivirus (FCV), parvovirus (FPV), immunodeficiency virus (FIV), and leukemia virus (FeLV). Not surprisingly, the unowned cats were more likely to have been infected with FHV, FCV, and FIV, with the population. For example, FIV infection was more likely in older, male, unowned cats; FHV
Laryngeal Disease in Cats
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the criteria for laryngeal paralysis (LP), 10 for neoplasia, six for inflammatory disease, and five, with neoplasia were FeLV negative and three of eight cats were FIV positive. Because gross appearance
Understanding Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
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Grant, C. K., E. A. Fink, et al. (2009). "Improved health and survival of FIV-infected cats is associated with the presence of autoantibodies to the primary receptor, CD134." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 106(47): 19980-5.Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is an important pathogen of cats, causing lifelong infection and ultimately death from immunosuppression. These researchers examined antibody levels to various viral and cellular proteins in stored serum samples collected from FIV-infected cats