Pathological features of lymphoid tissues in cats with natural feline immunodeficiency virus infection.

Abstract

A range of tissues from a total of 17 cats naturally infected with the feline immunodeficiency virus was examined histologically. In 11 cases, chronic inflammatory lesions were present in various tissues including, most commonly, the intestine, brain and lung. Extensive inflammation in the intestinal wall was present in seven of the cats. No particular… (More)

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