Even more things that go wrong�

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    Even more things that go  wrong… VS 441
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    Lymphoma/lymphosarcoma Feline— Most cases associated with either FeLV or  FIV, though can occur in FeLV/FIV  negative cats Most  lymphoma in younger cats is FeLV- associated
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    PE Dehydration Pale mm Dyspnea Abdominal  masses/splenomegaly/hepatomegaly Alimentary lymphoma occurs more in older  cats, usually FeLV/FIV negative
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    Diagnosis--feline Clinical signs variable, depending on  site of tumors Typically: Anemia Dyspnea V/D Weight loss Lypmhadenopathy
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    Feline lymphoma--diagnosis Diagnostic testing: CBC FeLV/FIV testing Chemistry Fine needle aspirate UA Chest/abdominal  radiographs
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    Lymphoma--feline Needle aspirates of LN/spleen alone are not  pathognomonic—IBD and  “normal” lymphoid  hyperplasia look similar
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