Haemotropic Mycoplasmas are small rickettsial organisms that can cause severe haemolytic anaemia in cats. In the past, the disease was called feline infectious anaemia or haemobartonellosis but [...]
DERMATOLOGY CORNER: The importance of identifying and blocking of anti-CCD IgEs in serological allergy tests
BattLab provides veterinarians with the most accurate and reliable serological allergy tests. The use of the Fc epsilon receptor (FcεR) allows an absolute IgE specificity with high sensitivity.
Tritrichomonas foetus is an emerging parasite of felines. With this article we have attempted to answer the most common questions regarding the clinical presentation and the diagnosis of this [...]
Based on the 2013 ACVIM/ECVIM consensus statement, a dog should be tested for hyperadrenocorticism only when clinical signs consistent with the disease are present. The screening test of choice [...]
Differentiating between congestive heart failure and respiratory disease as a potential cause of the respiratory signs may prove challenging for clinicians. In these cases, plasma N-terminal [...]
Transitional cell carcinoma is the most common neoplasm of the urinary tract in the dog. Cytology by suction biopsy of the bladder is one of the most common methods of diagnosis, however this is [...]