OVER recent years there has been much interest in the use of antiviral agents for the treatment of feline infectious diseases. Unfortunately, much of this interest has stemmed from anecdotal reports rather than controlled clinical trials or in vitro studies. While it is clear that more research needs to be done in this area of feline medicine, there is evidence to support the use of antiviral agents in some patients. This article reviews that evidence with a view to assisting practitioners with rational decision making.
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