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Gunn-Moore DA, McFarland SE, Brewer JI et al.

University of Edinburgh, Roslin, UK.

 J Feline Med Surg 2011;13:934–44.

[2] Mycobacterial disease in a population of 339 cats in Great Britain: II. Histopathology of 225 cases, and treatment and outcome of 184 cases.

Gunn-Moore DA, McFarland SE, Schock A et al.

University of Edinburgh, Roslin, UK.

 J Feline Med Surg 2011;13:945–52.

Editor’s note: Cats can be affected by a number of mycobacterial infections. Mycobacterial disease can present as cutaneous or systemic in nature, and may be caused by several different organisms:

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