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Claw histopathology and parasitic load in natural cases of canine leishmaniosis associated with Leishmania infantum
Histological lesions and the presence of Leishmania spp. amastigotes in claw tissues were investigated in 40 dogs with leishmaniosis, with (16/40 - group A) or without (24/40 - group B) generalized onychogryphosis. Following ...
Diagnosis of pancreatitis in dogs and cats
Pancreatitis is the most common disorder of the exocrine pancreas in both dogs and cats. Ante-mortem diagnosis of canine and feline pancreatitis can be challenging. The clinical picture of dogs and cats with pancreatitis ...
Prospective evaluation of serum pancreatic lipase immunoreactivity and troponin I concentrations in Leishmania infantum-infected dogs treated with meglumine antimonate
Canine leishmaniosis (CanL) caused by Leishmania infantum is an important zoonotic disease. One of the most commonly used drugs for the treatment of CanL is meglumine antimonate. Drugs of this class have been associated ...
Canine acral lick dermatitis syndrome
Canine acral lick dermatitis is a complicated and challenging syndrome occurring in companion animal dermatology. Skin lesions are caused by intense and prolonged licking of a localized area, usually on the lower parts of ...
Uterine leiomyosarcoma and pyometra in a dog
A seven-year-old entire female, mixed-breed dog, weighing 19 kg, was presented with a 2-day history of abdominal distension, reduced appetite and general dullness. Abdominal palpation revealed a large mass. Radiography ...
Exploration of the Connection Between Porcine Necrotic Ear Syndrome and PCV2 Infection
This study provides an overview of current knowledge relating to porcine necrotic ear syndrome (or ear tip necrosis) associated with PCV2 infection. It is believed that Porcine Circovirus type 2 (PCV2) may be involved in ...