Category: FIP Diagnosis

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Extension of clinical diagnosis knowledge

(1) Laboratory indexes (Biochemistry, blood routine) There are many changes in the blood test indexes of FIP cats, but they are not specific. Common indicators include: Lymphopenia, neutrophilia, typical stress leukocyte image. The increase of serum total protein concentration is mainly due to γ- Caused by the increase of globulin.…
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Effusive (wet) FIP diagnosis

Blood routine examination and biochemical preliminary suspicion is FIP SAA (serum amyloid test), index greater than 200, high inflammation PCR test results were positive, basically determined as FIP, highly suspicious The effusion extracted is yellow and green Neutrophil absolute value, lymphocyte absolute value, ALB decrease, glob increase, a: G ≤…
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FIP Diagnosis introduction

Once a cat is diagnosed with FIP, the cat usually dies within a few days to weeks. Therefore, a clear diagnosis is essential. However, the diagnosis of FIP is actually very complex and difficult. We need to comprehensively consider the cat’s life background, medical history, clinical signs, laboratory examination, antibody…
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Non-effusive (dry) FIP diagnosis

Check blood routine and biochemistry, eliminate AIDS and leukemia. SAA (serum amyloid test), index greater than 200, highly inflamed Puncture sampling to exclude suspected tumors Detect inflammation and exclude Toxoplasma gondii and other parasitic diseases Neutrophil absolute value, lymphocyte absolute value, ALB decrease, glob increase, a: G ≤ 0.7, TBIL…
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