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Journal January 2009 (Vol 31, No 1)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

The Diagnostic Approach to Fever of Unknown Origin in Cats CE Article #2 by Julie Flood

1. An example of a true fever would be an elevated body temperature
2. Stage 1 diagnostic testing for cats with FUO should include
3. __________ examination should be conducted repeatedly in cats with an FUO.
4. Which is not known to be associated with polyarthritis in cats?
5. The underlying predisposing causes of bacteremia in cats include
6. The most common cause of FUO in cats is
7. __________ has been reported to cause FUO in cats.
8. Thoracic radiography should be conducted
9. Which statement regarding fever in cats is true?
10. Which statement regarding testing in cats with FUO is true?
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