Primary immune-mediated neutropenia in a cat. Academic Article uri icon


  • An 18-month-old male castrated indoor Himalayan cat was presented for recurrent fever, lethargy, and uveitis. Persistent neutropenia was identified and tests for infectious disease and bone marrow cytology were performed. Primary immune-mediated neutropenia was diagnosed and successfully treated. At the time of writing this report, 24 mo after the initial diagnosis. the patient was clinically normal and not receiving therapy.

published proceedings

  • Can Vet J

author list (cited authors)

  • Waugh, C. E., Scott, K. D., & Bryan, L. K

citation count

  • 4

complete list of authors

  • Waugh, Carly E||Scott, Katherine D||Bryan, Laura K

publication date

  • November 2014