Veterinarians will usually treat this condition with medications on an outpatient basis. If inpatient treatment is recommended, it may be because your cat has been unable to eat and is suffering from malabsorption. If this is the case, your veterinarian will administer drugs, fluids, and nutrients intravenously until your cat's condition has improved.
Living and Management
After treatment, your cat's activity level should be reduced until it is fully recovered. Cage rest, or restriction to an enclosed environment will allow your cat to fully recuperate. If the condition does recur, a second course of treatment may be needed.
To prevent the development of histoplasmosis, you will need to try to prevent your cat from being exposed to possible sources of contamination, such as where birds, poultry, or bats might roost, or around soil that is known to have bird droppings in it.
A special type of tissue that exudes mucus
The collection of pus in the pleural cavity
An in-depth examination of the properties of urine; used to determine the presence or absence of illness
The impairment of nutrient intake into the intestines
A medical condition in which the lymph nodes are inflamed
The feces of an animal
Small structures that filter out the lymph and store lymphocytes
An allergic disorder that results in difficulty breathing.
A term for a type of neoplasm that is made up of lymphoid tissue; these masses are usually malignant in nature