feline

(redirected from Feline influenza)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

fe·line

(fē'līn),
Pertaining or relating to cats.
[L. felis, cat]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

feline

(fē′līn) [L. feles, cat]
Concerning cats.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners

Patient discussion about feline

Q. Any one used or know anything about cats claw? What you think about this site ? http://cats-claw.blogspot.com/

A. There's some info here:
http://www.cncahealth.com/health-notes.htm?org=cnca&ContentID=2064008

To your health...

Q. Can it be that I stopped being allergic to cats? is it a miracle? I was allergic to cats in my childhood, and yesterday a friend cat jumped on me and nothing happened.

A. NO,IF NOTHING HAPPENED

Q. i LOVE cats! but whenever I get near them I start sneezing like crazy Is there something I can take that will prevent this allergic reaction? cause I'm just dying to get a fluffy little kitty...

A. i know a guy who's going through an anti-allergy treatment (for the last year and a half). he is going every month or so and get a shot. i think this is the treatment:
http://www.mayoclinic.com/print/allergy-shots/AA00017/METHOD=print

More discussions about feline
This content is provided by iMedix and is subject to iMedix Terms. The Questions and Answers are not endorsed or recommended and are made available by patients, not doctors.
References in periodicals archive ?
Amino acid differences among feline influenza A(H7N2) virus isolates, New York, NY, USA * Amino acid positions in the viral proteins PB2 PB1-F2 PA NA NS2 Virus 448 42 57 40 62 74 A/feline/New York/WVDL-3/2016 S# C# Q# Y# C# D A/feline/New York/WVDL-9/2016 N Y R H C# E# A/feline/New York/WVDL-14/2016 S# C# Q# Y# C# E# A/feline/New York/WVDL-16/2016 S# C# Q# Y# F E# A/feline/New York/WVDL-20/2016 S# C# Q# Y# C# D * Consensus sequences among the 5 H7N2 subtype viruses are shown in bold.
* Feline influenza virus is identified by methods used to identify avian influenza virus.
* Feline influenza virus infections are treated symptomatically.

Full browser ?