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Feline cryptococcosis: a review and seven case reports.
  • G. Wilkinson
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of small animal practice
  • 1 December 1979
Systemic infection of the cat with the yeast‐like fungus, Cryptococcus neoformans, is reviewed and two cases of the disease were treated unsuccessfully with the anti‐fungal agent, amphotericin B. Expand
Phaeohyphomycosis caused by Exophiala spinifera in two cats.
The dematiaceous fungus Exophiala spinifera was isolated from a cutaneous lesion on the paw of a male domestic shorthair cat and from the nasal exudate and abscess contents from a female domestic shorthairs cat, forming the first report of E.spinifera infection in animals and of this fungal infection in Australia. Expand
An epidemiological survey of the feline urological syndrome.
An epidemiological survey of the feline urological (or urolithiasis) syndrome (FUS) was carried out from 1 October 1973 to 30 September 1974, with a follow-up survey revealed a FUS mortality of 22% at 6 months after the survey episode, the majority dying or being put down in the first week. Expand
The use of amitraz in the control of an outbreak of sarcoptic mange in a colony of koalas.
An outbreak of sarcoptic mange in a colony of koalas was effectively controlled by the topical application of amitraz as a 0.025% aqueous suspension and there was complete recovery of all affected animals. Expand
Diseases of the cat
Dieldrin poisoning in the cat
Aspergillus spp infection associated with orbital cellulitis and sinusitis in a cat
Bilateral proptosis of the eyeballs and prolapse of the membrana nictitans together with frontal sinusitis in a cat were found to be due to infection with the fungus, Aspergillus. No predisposingExpand