Case 8, Answer 2b


Correct. Granulomatous lesions secondary to FIP can cause biliary obstruction in cats, as can infiltrative diseases of the upper intestinal tract. Also consider that FIP infection would be less likely in a cat of this age. Hemotropic mycoplasmas, particularly Mycoplasma haemofelis (formerly Haemobartonella felis), typically cause marked anemia, which is absent in Misou's case.

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