In some cases, a definitive diagnosis can be established only by synovial membrane biopsy.
Most lesions wax and wane with or without therapy; so unpredictable ecurrence should be anticipated.
Cases that show intermittent clinical signs require more long-term therapy.
Enrofloxacin or marbofloxacin may be useful, and use of azithromycin is becoming popular in cattery and breeder situations.
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