Felis ISSN 2398-2950 Pancreas: disease - overview Contributor(s): Philip K Nicholls Introduction Diagnosis Introduction Cause: Pancreatitis (acute Pancreatitis, chronic). Neoplasia Pancreas: neoplasia. Trauma. Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency. Amyloidosis Amyloidosis. Infectious diseases: FIP Feline infectious peritonitis, pancreatic flukes Pancreas: fluke, feline herpes virus Feline herpes virus: feline rhinotracheitis virus, toxoplasmosis Toxoplasmosis, cryptococcosis Cryptococcosis. Diagnosis: biochemistry, ultrasonography. See individual conditions for further details. Diagnosis This article is available in full to registered subscribers Sign up now to purchase a 30 day trial, or Login Further ReadingPublicationsRefereed papers Recent references from PubMed and VetMedResource. Barrs V R, Martin P, France M et al (1999) What is your diagnosis? Feline paraneoplastic alopecia associated with pancreatic and bile duct carcinomas. J Small Anim Pract 40 (12), 595-596 PubMed. Tasker S, Griffon D J, Nuttall T J et al (1999) Resolution of paraneoplastic alopecia following surgical removal of a pancreatic carcinoma in a cat. JSAP 40 (1), 16-9 PubMed. VanEnkevort B A, O'Brien R T & Young K M (1999) Pancreatic pseudocysts in 4 dogs and 2 cats - ultrasonographic and clinicopathologic findings. JVIM 13 (4), 309-313 PubMed. Dickson N J (1989) Disseminated feline cryptococcosis. Aus Vet Pract 19 (2), 98-101 VetMedResource. van Pelt C S & Crandell R A (1987) Pancreatitis associated with a feline herpesvirus infection. Companion Animal Pract 1 (4), 7-10 VetMedResource. Smart M E, Downey R S & Stockdale P H G (1973) Toxoplasmosis in a cat associated with cholangitis and progressive pancreatitis. Can Vet J 14 (12), 313-316 PubMed. Crowell W A, Goldston R T, Schall W D et al (1972) Generalized amyloidosis in a cat. JAVMA 161 (10), 1127-1133 PubMed.