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C and F management


Feline Panleikopenia is also known as feline distemper
It was caused by DNA virus of the family Parvovirdae
transmission Transmission
Feline parvovirus multiplies within metabolic cells or the neonatal brain, bone marrow, lymphoid tissue, and the intestinal lymphoid tissue
Incubation period 4 to 5 days
Clinical signs Fetal death, Spontaneous abortion, or reabsorption in thee pregnant queen. Cerebellar or retinal defects in neonates
Diagnosis CBC, CITE test for CPV, Serum anibody titers, viral isolation.
Therapy Broad-spectrum antibiotics
prevention Vacc 8-10 weeks of age then again 12-14 weeks
Feline Infectious Peritonitis
Created by: asue14