Хроническая энтеропатия у кошек. Часть 1
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Хроническая энтеропатия у кошек. Часть 1

Автор: S. Marsilio1 School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Medicine and Epidemiology, University of California, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA, 95616, USA
1Corresponding author email: smarsilio@ucdavis.edu

Перевод: Файзуллина Р. Р., ветеринарный врач-онколог, Ветеринарная клиника доктора Сотникова, г. Санкт-Петербург.

Хроническая энтеропатия – распространенное заболевание, особенно среди взрослых кошек. Было отмечено, что в последнее десятилетие процент заболевших животных увеличился. 
Хроническая энтеропатия является обобщенным термином, включающим различные заболевания, в том числе диетозависимую энтеропатию, идиопатические воспалительные заболевания кишечника и алиментарную мелкоклеточную лимфому, однако на практике часто бывает сложно различить эти заболевания. 
В данном обзоре будет обсуждаться клинический подход к кошкам с хронической энтеропатией, современные диагностические тесты и их «подводные камни», а также актуальные терапевтические подходы. Хотя большая часть этиопатогенеза до сих пор неизвестна, увеличение количества исследований в этой области позволили по-новому взглянуть на диагностические и терапевтические возможности. 

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