Clinicopathologic, histologic, and toxicologic findings in 70 cats inadvertently exposed to pet food contaminated with melamine and cyanuric acid.

@article{Cianciolo2008ClinicopathologicHA,
  title={Clinicopathologic, histologic, and toxicologic findings in 70 cats inadvertently exposed to pet food contaminated with melamine and cyanuric acid.},
  author={Rachel E. Cianciolo and Karyn Bischoff and Joseph G. Ebel and Thomas J. Van Winkle and Richard E Goldstein and Laurie M Serfilippi},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={2008},
  volume={233 5},
  pages={729-37}
}
OBJECTIVE To document clinicopathologic, histologic, and toxicologic findings in cats inadvertently exposed to pet food contaminated with melamine and cyanuric acid. DESIGN Case series. ANIMALS 70 cats from a single cattery inadvertently fed contaminated food that was the subject of a March 2007 recall. PROCEDURES Clinical signs, clinicopathologic and histopathologic findings, and results of toxicologic analyses were recorded. RESULTS Clinical signs were identified in 43 cats and… CONTINUE READING

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