Ariel Tianjiao Li

A podcast made by a veterinary student, for veterinary students, especially the nerdy ones who love practice clinical reasoning with cases.

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a kitten with abnormal looking eyes (and interview with Dr. Brett Story)
a kitten with abnormal looking eyes (and interview with Dr. Brett Story)
Pictures of keratitis, uveitis, and more in felines:Stiles, J. (2014). Ocular manifestations of feline viral diseases. The Veterinary Journal, 201(2), 166-173.Pedersen, N. C. (2022). History of Feline infectious Peritonitis 1963-2022–First description to Successful Treatment.Antiviral treatment of FIP:Murphy, B. G., Perron, M., Murakami, E., Bauer, K., Park, Y., Eckstrand, C., ... & Pedersen, N. C. (2018). The nucleoside analog GS-441524 strongly inhibits feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) virus in tissue culture and experimental cat infection studies. Veterinary microbiology, 219, 226-233.Pedersen, N. C., Perron, M., Bannasch, M., Montgomery, E., Murakami, E., Liepnieks, M., & Liu, H. (2019). Efficacy and safety of the nucleoside analog GS-441524 for treatment of cats with naturally occurring feline infectious peritonitis. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, 21(4), 271-281.Dickinson, P. J., Bannasch, M., Thomasy, S. M., Murthy, V. D., Vernau, K. M., Liepnieks, M., ... & Pedersen, N. C. (2020). Antiviral treatment using the adenosine nucleoside analogue GS‐441524 in cats with clinically diagnosed neurological feline infectious peritonitis. Journal of veterinary internal medicine, 34(4), 1587-1593.Cook, S. E., Vogel, H., Castillo, D., Olsen, M., Pedersen, N., & Murphy, B. G. (2022). Investigation of monotherapy and combined anticoronaviral therapies against feline coronavirus serotype II in vitro. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 24(10), 943-953.Cosaro, E., Pires, J., Castillo, D., Murphy, B. G., & Reagan, K. L. (2023). Efficacy of Oral Remdesivir Compared to GS-441524 for Treatment of Cats with Naturally Occurring Effusive Feline Infectious Peritonitis: A Blinded, Non-Inferiority Study. Viruses, 15(8), 1680.
The curious case of a limping cat (and interview with Dr. Kathryn Phillips)
The curious case of a limping cat (and interview with Dr. Kathryn Phillips)
Further reading on Lung-Digit Syndrome Goldfinch, N., & Argyle, D. (2012). Feline lung–digit syndrome: unusual metastatic patterns of primary lung tumours in cats. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, 14(3), 202-208.Thrift, E., Greenwell, C., Turner, A. L., Harvey, A. M., Maher, D., & Malik, R. (2017). Metastatic pulmonary carcinomas in cats (‘feline lung–digit syndrome’): further variations on a theme. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 3(1), 2055116917691069.van Stee, L., Boston, S., Singh, A., Park, F., Richardson, D., Abrams-Ogg, A., & Vince, A. (2014). Monoparesis in association with feline pulmonary carcinoma: a literature review with 3 new cases. The Canadian Veterinary Journal, 55(9), 849.Further reading on canine digit neoplasiaMadewell BR, Pool RR, Theilen GH, et al.: Multiple subun- gual squamous cell carcinomas in five dogs, J Am Vet Med Assoc 180:731–734, 1982.Henry, C.J., Jr, W.G.B., Whitley, E.M., Tyler, J.W., Ogilvie, G.K., Norris, A., Fox, L.E., Morrison, W.B., Hammer, A., Vail, D.M. and Berg, J. (2005), Canine Digital Tumors: A Veterinary Cooperative Oncology Group Retrospective Study of 64 Dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 19: 720-724.Further reading on hypertrophic osteopathy in dogsWithers, S. S., Johnson, E. G., Culp, W. T. N., Rodriguez Jr, C. O., Skorupski, K. A., & Rebhun, R. B. (2015). Paraneoplastic hypertrophic osteopathy in 30 dogs. Veterinary and comparative oncology, 13(3), 157-165.