72 (4) 299-301

Title: 
DISSEMINATED CRYPTOCOCCOSIS IN A CAT
Author(s): 
G. Junius, E. Schrauwen
Abstract: 

Cryptococcosis is a subacute to chronic fungal disease that can occur in several species. This disease is usually seen in warm climates, and only a few cases have been described in moderate climate regions. The disease can remain localized in the nose and sinuses, but often extends to lungs, brain, and skin. In this report, the first case of disseminated cryptococcosis in a cat in Belgium is described.

Full text: 
pp 299-301
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