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Table 1 Signalment of study cats

From: Hypercobalaminaemia is associated with hepatic and neoplastic disease in cats: a cross sectional study

Group Age Breed Gender
Pedigree breeds Domestic shorthair Male (entire) Female (entire)
Hypercobalaminaemia (44) 9y2m (7 m - 18y 3 m) 22 22 30 (3) 14 (0)
   5 Maine Coon, 4 Bengal ,3 Birman, 2 Burmese,2 Ragdoll, 2 Tonkinese, 1 Persian, 1 Oriental, 1 Siamese, 1 Sphynx    
Normocobalaminaemia (62) 11y5m 19 43 36 (7) 26 (2)
  (2 m - 16y 2 m) 6 British Shorthair, 4 Siamese, 2 Burmese, 2 Selkirk Rex, 1 Asian, 1 Maine Coon, 1 Norwegian Forest Cat, 1 Persian, 1 Ragdoll    
Hypocobalaminaemia (50) 12y1m 16 34 41 (2) 9 (1)
  (3 m - 10y 5 m) 3 Siamese, 2 British Shorthair, 2 Burmese, 2 Maine Coon, 2 Oriental, 2 Ragdoll, 1 Korat, 1 Norwegian Forest Cat, 1 Persian    
  1. Age data expressed as median (range).