• Natural Immunotherapy is often beneficial to been along with traditional antibiotic therapy
  • Strengthening the immune response can enhance the therapeutic effects of drug therapy

Patient: Riley
Age/Sex/Breed: 4 year old female Yorkshire Terrier

12/21/2007 - Riley was presented with chronic coughing, anorexia and listlessness. Initial radiographs revealed severe pneumonia with fluid lines and consolidation of the accessory lung lobe and evidence of a mass or enlarged lesion in the caudal dorsal lung field. Initial oral antibiotic therapy was started.

1/28/2008 - More extensive radiographs were performed and submitted for diagnostic evaluation. The radiology report confirmed relatively extensive changes in the lung parenchyma and the presence of a soft tissue opacity mass lesion in the left caudal lung field most likely associated with chronic active inflammatory processes – infarction, infection, granuloma formation or neoplasia.

1/28/2008 - Riley immediately began a treatment plan with Veterinary Immune Tabs.

Follow up:
2/7/2008 - At a reassessment, Riley showed marked clinical improvements and radiographs revealed that the caudal lung mass appeared to be clearing. Radiographs dated 4/21//2008 showed significant clearing. Riley’s owners declined further diagnostics due to cost, but Riley continues to take Veterinary Immune Tabs and is doing well.

Attending veterinarian: Dr. Jim Kramer

Riley Xray 12/21/2007
Riley Xray 04/21/2008
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