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In this video we go through the differential diagnoses of uveitis in the cat. Toxoplasmosis is briefly mentioned, amongst other differentials.
Video on FIP pathogenesis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RyI2LI9R9Q&feature=related
Ophthalmology referral to Dr John Mould:
http://www.eyevetclinic.co.uk/about-us/the-team/john-mould/
ABCD website: www.abcd-vets.org
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Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a lethal infection of cats and getting the diagnosis correct is vital for your patient. In this video I examine the cat’s history to determine whether or not he had the opportunity to become infected with feline coronavirus (FCoV). Without spending a penny in tests, we will already come to a conclusion about the chances that this cat has FIP and the video contains an important clue to his diagnosis.
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2. “FIP and Coronavirus” a book for cat guardians available from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Feline-Infectious-Peritonitis-Coronavirus-Everything/dp/1480208973/ref=sr_1_1_twi_pap_2?s
3. “Protein Rich Soup” - get healthy - eat more vegetables - find my recipes in this book: https://www.amazon.com/Protein-Rich-Soup-Where-Your/dp/197580175X/ref=sr_1_2?s
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This video is the first of a series of five educational videos for post-graduate veterinarians looking for continuing education and is also suitable for veterinary undergraduates. Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a lethal infection of cats and getting the diagnosis correct is vital for your patient: in the first of these videos you will be presented with a case to work through. The next videos will reveal the answers to the questions posed in the first video. To get the most from this video it would be best if you work through the www.catvirus.com FIP diagnosis algorithm and come to your own conclusions: PLEASE put your diagnosis and list of differential diagnoses or comment section below the video: I am also keen to learn from your feedback.
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Feline Infectious Peritonitis
Lessons from Luca: Use the right veterinary laboratory tests

This is a film for veterinary professionals. Luca was a cat with histopathologically confirmed feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). The purpose of this educational film was to emphasise the importance of sensitivity of a feline coronavirus (FCoV) antibody test when ruling out FIP as a diagnosis. As a consequence of using an insensitive test from Antech Diagnostics, Luca was dragged round a series of veterinarians in search of a diagnosis; he was subjected to numerous blood samples and his guardian suffered the distress of desperately trying to help her deteriorating cat, not to mention that she ran up a bill in four figures during the process.
Key message: sensitivity is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT when using a FCoV antibody test to rule out FIP
Key message: send the CORRECT sample for the test required:
• blood for FCoV antibody test, not effusion
• effusion for FCoV RT-PCR, not blood
The second mistake Luca’s veterinary surgeon made was sending blood for FCoV RT-PCR: the result was negative. Most cats with FIP will not have FCoV RNA in their blood; a fine needle aspirate of a lesion should have been sent in Luca’s case, since he had non-effusive FIP. In effusive FIP cases, the effusion should be sent for FCoV RT-PCR testing.

The transcript of the narrative and details of references / further reading can be found in the catvirus.com veterinary newsletter at http://www.catvirus.com/downloads/LucaVetLab.html

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Further information
1. FCoV antibody page direct link: http://www.catvirus.com/FCoVantibody.htm
2. To obtain the FCoV Immunocomb, contact Len Small: [email protected]
3. To obtain Speed or FASTest FIP FCoV antibody test kits contact your veterinary supplier.
4. Check out my book “FIP and Coronavirus” here: https://www.amazon.com/Feline-Infectious-Peritonitis-Coronavirus-Everything/dp/1480208973/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1522678318&sr=8-1-fkmr0
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10. Get healthy - eat more vegetables: find my recipes in “Protein Rich Soup” book https://www.amazon.com/Protein-Rich-Soup-Where-Your/dp/197580175X/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1522683182&sr=1-2&keywords=protein+rich+soup
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