Feline lymphoma 2 . Specific disease presentations

@inproceedings{Hayes2006FelineL2,
  title={Feline lymphoma 2 . Specific disease presentations},
  author={Alison Hayes},
  year={2006}
}
The term multicentric lymphoma is not synonymous with multiple lymph node involvement. Although cats are often described as having multicentric lymphoma, where multiple organ systems are involved, this rarely includes the generalised lymphadenopathy that is often seen in dogs. This category of lymphoma usually includes cats with liver, spleen or peripheral/intra-abdominal lymph node involvement. Clinical signs range from vague malaise, weight loss or anorexia to more acute signs of liver… CONTINUE READING
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