Category: FIP Symptoms

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Lung disease

Suppurative granulomatous pneumonia can be found in chest radiography or autopsy of FIP cats, but most cases have no clinical symptoms or only cause mild cough. Radiology showed diffuse, patchy or nodular pulmonary interstitial infiltration. Reproductive system diseases Pyogenic granulomatous orchitis can cause scrotal swelling. And FCoV will not directly…
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Nervous system

Inflammatory injury occurs around blood vessels, usually including meninges and ependymal layers. A report shows that 29% of FIP cats have neurological symptoms. A retrospective survey of 286 neurological diseases found that FIP central nervous system damage accounted for 16%. Another large survey showed that FIP is the most common…
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Eye diseases

FIP eye injury is usually bilateral, involving vascular membrane or uveitis (uveitis). Injuries sometimes lead to blindness. the manifestations of exudative anterior uveitis (iridocyclitis) may include pupil narrowing, aqueous scintillation, corneal fibrin cell precipitation, anterior chamber empyema (cell and fibrin “lanolin” like precipitation), anterior chamber hemorrhage, anterior chamber adhesion (iris…
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Liver disease

1 . Symptoms of liver failure and pyogenic hepatitis (FIP). The most common laboratory abnormalities are bilirubinuria and hyperbilirubinemia. Serum liver enzyme activity and bile acid concentration increased slightly to moderately (alanine aminotransferase, alkaline phosphatase). Other abdominal organ diseases Pyogenic granuloma injury can cause enlargement of organ lymph nodes, spleen…
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Kidney disease

Pyogenic granulomatous nephritis makes the kidney swollen, hard and unsmooth (uneven) by palpation. Pyogenic granuloma is distributed on the surface of the kidney or infiltrates the cortical layer of the kidney. Severe renal damage can cause renal failure, polyuria polydipsia and azotemia (elevated blood urea nitrogen and creatinine concentrations). Proteinuria…
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Pericardial effusion

FIP fibrous pericarditis may be accompanied by pericardial effusion with or without other exudates. According to a survey, FIP is the second most common cause of pericardial effusion in cats, accounting for about 14%. FIP pericardial effusion does not often cause obvious clinical symptoms. Auscultation (cardiac murmur), chest radiology or…
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