[Glomerulonephritis in dogs and cats].

@article{Reinacher1991GlomerulonephritisID,
  title={[Glomerulonephritis in dogs and cats].},
  author={Manfred Reinacher and Knut Arvid Frese},
  journal={Tierarztliche Praxis},
  year={1991},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={175-80}
}
Immunohistology and special staining of plastic sections allow diagnosis and differentiation of subtypes of glomerulonephritis in dogs. Frequency and clinical importance of these forms of glomerulonephritis vary significantly. In cats, glomerulonephritis occurs frequently in FIV-positive cats but is rare in animals suffering from persistent FeLV infection… CONTINUE READING