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Table 1 Timeline table of the information of the case report

From: First clinical case report of Cytauxzoon sp. infection in a domestic cat in France

Day (D) Findings Treatment
Clinical observation Clinical investigation
D-14 Clinical history: hyperthermia (41 °C), lethargy, anorexia, dehydration and weight loss after 4 days vagrancy amoxicillin (10 mg/kg) + clavulanic acid (2.5 mg/kg) orally every 12 h for 10 days.
D0 hyperthermia (40.5 °C), abdominal pain and subcutaneous hematomas on the abdomen marbofloxacin (2 mg/kg) and carprofen (4 mg/kg) marbofloxacin (2 mg/kg PO once daily for 10 days
meloxicam 0.05 mg/kg PO once daily for 5 days
D7 to D29   neutrophilic leukocytosis at the complete blood counts (CBC),
biochemical, serological and molecular analyses for different infectious disease: all negative
Abdominal, pulmonary and oral X-ray: normal except a marked splenomegaly
oropharyngeal swab for the detection of calicivirus and feline herpes virus were conducted
D29 no clinical improvement
vomiting, stomatitis, abdomen pain, hyperthermia, anorexia, severe depression
Stained blood smear of peripheral blood: small inclusions within erythrocytes
PCR identification of Cytauxzoon sp.
imidocarb dipropionate 3.5 mg/kg/ subcutaneous injection).
Day 37 Clinical improvement Inclusions present in the blood smear  
Day 46 Excellent general conditions No more inclusions in the blood smear
Day 63 Relapse: hyperthermia, anorexia depression and stomatitis Inclusions present in the blood smear
PCR positive for Cytauxzoon sp.
imidocarb dipropionate 3.5 mg/kg/ subcutaneous injection).
Day 69 Clinical recovery hypergammaglobulinemia with hyperproteinemia (91 g/L; reference range: 57 – 94 g/L) with an hematocrit at the lower limit of the reference range (28 L/L; reference range: 28 – 45).
Absence of inclusion in the blood smear
 
Day 76 Death by car accident