Ретровирусные неврологические заболевания: литература

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Callanan JJ, Jones BA, Irvine J, et al: Histologic classifications and immunophenotype of lymphosarcomas in cats with naturally and experimentally acquired feline immunodeficiency virus. Vet Pathol 33:264, 1996. Report of eight FIV-infected cats with ISA, most of which were considered unusual in their distribution.

Dow SW, Dreitz MJ, Hoover EA: Exploring the link between feline immunodeficiency virus and neurologic disease in cats. Vet Med Dec:1181, 1992. Review of FIV-associated encephalopathy, including a diagnostic approach and therapeutic options.

Henriksen SJ, Prospero-Garcia O, Phillips TR, et al: Feline immunodeficiency virus as a model for study of lentiviral infection of the central nervous system. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol 202:167, 1995. Extensive review of FIV model for study of lentivirus infection oftheCNS.

Hurtrel M, Ganiere J-P, Guelfi J-F, et al: Comparison of early and late feline immunodeficiency virus encephalopathies. J AIDS 6:399. 1992. Report of neuropathology changes detected during the first year of FIV infection.

Jacobs GJ, Medleau L, Calvert C, Brown J: Cryptococcal infection in cats: Factors influencing treatment outcome and results of sequential serum antigen liters in 35 cats. J Vet Intern Med 11:1, 1997. Treatment results of 35 cats with cryptococcosis.

Lappin MR: Opportunistic infections associated with retroviral infections in cats. Semin Vet Med Surg (Small Anim) 10:244, 1995. Review of the diagnosis, treatment, and zoonotic potential of the common opportunistic agents associated with feline retroviral infections.

Lin D-S, Bowman DD, Jacobson RH: Immunological changes in cats with concurrent Toxoplasma gondii and feline immunodeficiency virus infections. J Clin Microbiol 30:17, 1992. Study examining immunologic changes brought about by acute infections reith FIV and T. gondii.

Meeker RB, Hayward JN, English R, et al: Enhanced excitotoxicity in primary feline neural cultures exposed to feline immunodeficiency virus. Proceedings of the International Symposium of Feline Retrovirus Research, North Carolina State University, 1993, p 26. Abstract of an in vitro study examining excitotoxicity enhancement by FIV.

Podell M, Oglesbee M, Mathes L, et al: AIDS-associated encephalopathy with experimental feline immunodeficiency virus infection. J AIDS 6:758, 1993. Neurodiagnostic evaluation of cats experimentally infected with FIV.

Weiss RC, Joseph MC, Richards AB: Low-dose orally administered alpha interferon treatment for feline leukemia virus infection. J Am Vet Med Assoc 199:1477, 1991. Review of reported use of interferon for FeLV and other infections.

Zenger E: Clinical findings in cats with feline immunodeficiency virus. Feline Pract 18:25, 1990. Report of clinical and hematologic abnormalities in 32 cats testing positive for FIV.

Zenger E, Collisson EW, Barhoumi R, et al: Laser cytometric analysis of FIV-induced injury in astroglia. Glia 13:92, 1995. In vitro study of toxic effects of FIV in cultured feline astroglia.