Necrotizing leptomeningeal vasculitis associated with a compressive meningioma in a cat: a rare paraneoplastic syndrome

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Les J. Gabor *
Ines Walther
Kathleen Mullins
Melinda Gabor
Andrea Borque
(*) Corresponding Author:
Les J. Gabor | les.gabor@novartis.com

Abstract

A 17 year old cat with a compressive meningioma was found to have an intradural, severe necrotizing vasculitis, spatially un associated with the neoplasm. Paraneoplastic vasculitis has been reported in two cases in the human literature associated with meningiomas. This is the first report of such an association in a domestic species.

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