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Communicable Cat Diseases. Educate your clients about communicable diseases in cats The most serious contagious cat diseases are transmitted from cat to cat, often from a mother cat to her kittens. Vector-Borne and Other Viral encephalitides Section 2. Bacterial Diseases Ehrlichiosis Anaplasmosis Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Salmon Poisoning Disease Coxiellosis and Q Fever Chlamydial Infections Streptococcal and Enterococcal Infections Staphylococcus Infections Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections Anaerobic Infections Bordetellosis Cell Wall Deficient Bacterial Infections Mycoplasma Infections Hemoplasma Infections Actinomycosis Nocardiosis Mycobacterial Infections Salmonellosis Enteric Escherichia coli Infections Campylobacteriosis Enteric Clostridial Infections Gastric Helicobacter-Like Infections Leptospirosis Lyme Borreliosis Bartonellosis Canine Brucellosis Tetanus and Botulism Yersinia Pestis Plague and Other Yersiniosis Tularemia Bite and Scratch Wound Infections Section 3.
Fungal and Algal Diseases Dermatophytosis Malassezia Infections Blastomycosis Histoplasmosis Cryptococcosis Coccidioidomycosis Sporotrichosis Aspergillosis However, cats older than 10 years may develop FIP as they experience a decline in immune response typical of old age.
yoku-nemureru.com/wp-content/map7.php Clinical signs of FIP can be variable, because many organs can be involved, as the liver, kidneys, pancreas, eyes and the central nervous system. Investigations into the seroprevalence of FCoV infection and other viral agents important to feline medicine, such as feline leukemia virus FeLV and feline immunodeficiency virus FIV , contribute to controlling these agents by identifying risk factors and addressing strategies for infection prevention Little et al. In Brazil, relatively few cases of cats exposed to or infected by FCoV are investigated in labs, except for some cases in certain animal shelters with high sanitary standards.
As a general rule, domiciled cats are only investigated in the laboratory if they manifest clinical signs. Studies describing FCoV seropositivity of domiciled cats are scarce in Brazil.
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Therefore, regional and national studies of seroepidemiology are necessary to identify the main risk factors of FCoV infection in the household feline population of Brazil. Ethics statement. Animals and samples. The source of the samples was through personal contacts, veterinary clinics the city and municipal kennel from cats that were taken for free neutering.
The samples were collected from 52 houses, each one having from one to eleven cats, all cats being part of the research. The sample calculation resulted in samples, however were collected Blood samples 0. Then, samples were centrifuged at g for 10 minutes, and the sera were stored in 1. Serological test. The test is able to determinate a semi-quantitative measure of the FCoV antibody titer present in whole blood, plasma, serum, effusion or cerebrospinal fluid Bell et al.
The antibodies levels are determined according to the intensity of the test color result. Thus, the absence of color or a light gray color indicates negative or low level of antibodies. Higher levels of antibodies are indicated by darker color results. The results were scanned by Combo Scan software to classify specimens as seropositive or seronegative. Statistical analysis of data.
All variables were described using descriptive statistical methods and expressed in frequency and percentage. The study revealed a seropositivity of The descriptive statistics of all variables are shown in Table 1. In total were sampled animals from 52 different houses, where Table 1.
Frequencies of seroprevalence classifications for age range, breed, gender, reproductive status, outdoor access and rearing mode solitary or group. Table 2. Statistical significance p-value for each variable. Table 3.
Logistic regression of the combined statistically significant variables. Were found meaningful statistics differences when different categories of age range, reproductive status and street access were compared Table 4. The chance of seropositivity for whole animals is greater 2. Animals without outdoor access are 4 times more likely to be seropositive than those that have outdoor access Table 5.
Table 4. Statistical significance of the differences between several categories, including age, range, reproductive status and outdoor access. Table 5. This study revealed that FCoV infection is widely disseminated in the assessed feline population, with a seropositivity of There are no data available from studies conducted in Brazil. Regarding the age groups, the study sample had a large number of kittens 1 to 12 months , representing Age is considered an important risk factor for the development of PIF Hartmann , Horzinek et al.
Cats may become infected by FCoV in all age ranges, but the highest risk of developing FIP is for cats from three months to three years old kitten and junior. These animals, possibly due to their age, have a greater chance of coming into contact with the virus and producing antibodies, though this may occur in any age range. Moreover, No significant differences were found related to the breeds we analyzed, but this could be due to the low number of animals sampled from certain types. However, some purebred cats seem to have a genetic predisposition to systemically manifest the disease Horzinek et al.
Related the gender of the sampled animals, There was no statistically significant difference in seropositivity between the gender groups.