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Issue number 32.2 Published 23/11/2022

Feline allergic asthma

Asthma is a common disease in cats, but it can mimic many other pathologies, and the diagnosis and treatment of the condition can be challenging, as this paper explains.

By Carol Reinero

Issue number 32.2 Published 16/11/2022

Feline mediastinal lymphoma

Lymphoma is one of the most common neoplasms of cats, and the mediastinal form can be a major differential for a cat that presents with respiratory signs, as James Elliott describes.

By James Elliott

Issue number 32.2 Published 09/11/2022

Feline systemic hypertension

Hypertension in the cat is now recognized as a significant contributor to ill health; Alice Rădulescu offers an overview of its underlying causes and the aids to diagnosis.

By Alice M. Rădulescu

Issue number 32.2 Published 03/11/2022

Management of the cat with heart failure

Cats with cardiomyopathies other than hypertrophic cardiomyopathy often first present with severe or even life-threatening clinical signs; this article focuses on the diagnosis of the underlying cardiac condition and the options for treatment.

By Joanna Dukes-McEwan and Catheryn Partington

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Since 1990, Veterinary Focus has been publishing four medical and scientific issues each year. Our aim is to further the knowledge and advancement of veterinary practitioners specialising in pets, especially cats and dogs. Issues and weekly articles are available in several languages online, with experts from around the world contributing to each publication.

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Feline cardiac and thoracic issues

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