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Companion Animal Practice
Feline anaemia 2. Differential diagnosis
  1. Ian Ramsey

    Ian Ramsey graduated from Liverpool University in 1990. He is currently the Waltham Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine and Clinical Nutrition at Glasgow University. He holds a PhD for studies on feline leukaemia virus, the RCVS diploma in small animal medicine and is a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.

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  2. Sara Gould

    Sara Gould graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1993. She initially worked in general mixed practice before joining the University of Cambridge in 1997 as a resident in small animal internal medicine. She holds the certificate in small animal medicine, and her interests include canine and feline haematological and endocrine disorders.

Abstract

IN this, the second of two articles, the underlying causes of feline anaemia are discussed. The first article, published in the September issue of In Practice (pp 411-415), described the presentation and outlined general principles in the investigation of feline anaemia. Readers are advised to refer to the previous article before consulting this article.

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