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Table 1 Patient characteristics of the five cats infected with Cytauxzoon sp

From: First report of Cytauxzoon sp. infection in domestic cats in Switzerland: natural and transfusion-transmitted infections

Case number Date of presentation Geographical location Outdoor access No. of other cats in household Breed Gender Age (months) Anamnesis Clinical examination findings
1 21.07.14 Montignez yes 2 DSH f 2 Inappetence, lethargy Pallor, tachycardia, tachypnoea
2 22.07.14 Montignez yes 2 DSH m 2 No clinical signs Pallor, tachycardia
3 22.07.14 Montignez yes 2 DSH f 2 No clinical signs Pallor, tachycardia
4 14.11.15 Vallorbe no a 2 DSH f 13 Anorexia, lethargy, weight loss Pallor, lethargy, underweight, tachycardia, tachypnoea, heart murmur
5 14.11.15 Vallorbe yes 0 DSH mc 28 No clinical signs Unremarkable
  1. Abbreviations: DSH domestic shorthair, f female intact, m male intact, mc male castrated
  2. anot since three-months of age