Immunosuppressive therapy in the treatment of immune-mediated disease.

Abstract

Immune-mediated diseases represent some of the most frustrating types of disorders that are diagnosed and treated in veterinary medicine. Drug-induced immunosuppression is an attempt to control the aberrant immune response against self antigens but the immunosuppression can result in sepsis or other unacceptable adverse effects. If the pathophysiology of… (More)

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@article{Miller1992ImmunosuppressiveTI, title={Immunosuppressive therapy in the treatment of immune-mediated disease.}, author={Elisabeth Miller}, journal={Journal of veterinary internal medicine}, year={1992}, volume={6 4}, pages={206-13} }