ACVIM consensus update on Lyme borreliosis in dogs and cats
Atualização do consenso ACVIM sobre borreliose de Lyme em cães e gatos
Meryl P. Littman; Bernhard Gerber; Richard E. Goldstein; Mary Anna Labato; Michael R. Lappin; George E. Moore
An update of the 2006 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Small AnimalConsensus Statement on Lyme Disease in Dogs: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention was pre-sented at the 2016 ACVIM Forum in Denver, CO, followed by panel and audience discussion anda drafted consensus statement distributed online to diplomates for comment. The updated consen-sus statement is presented below. The consensus statement aims to provide guidance on thediagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Lyme borreliosis in dogs and cats.
Borrelia, coinfection, C6, glomerulonephritis, Osp, tickborne
Borrelia, coinfecção, C6, glomerulonefrite, carrapato