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- Cavana, Paola; Bensignor, Emmanuel; Blot, Stéphane; Carlus, Marine; Chermette, René; Crosaz, Odile; Grimm, Felix; Hurion, Murielle; Jeandel, Aurélien; Polack, Bruno
- Veterinary dermatology 2015 v.26 no.4 pp. 293
- Weimaraner, etc ; Angiostrongylus vasorum; DNA; adults; biopsy; chest; dermatitis; digestive system diseases; distress; dog diseases; dogs; eosinophils; females; fenbendazole; granuloma; heart; hemorrhage; histopathology; keratinophilic fungi; microbial culture; nematode larvae; nose; parasites; pneumonia; pododermatitis; radiography; skin lesions; veterinary medicine; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Angiostrongylus vasorum is a nematode that primarily infects Canidae. The adult parasites are found in the pulmonary arterial circulation and the right side of the heart. The most common clinical sign is respiratory dysfunction. Bleeding, neurological, ocular, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal disorders are also reported. Skin lesions are very unusual. HYPOTHESIS/OBJECTIVES: This rep ...
- Sebbag, Lionel; Smee, Nicole; van der Merwe, Deon; Schmid, Dustin
- Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 2013 v.49 no.5 pp. 342-346
- Weimaraner, etc ; Microcystis; Silybum marianum; adenosylmethionine; blood; case studies; disease control; disease diagnosis; dog diseases; dogs; females; hematologic tests; ingestion; lakes; liver failure; methionine; oral exposure; patients; phycotoxins; poisoning; spaying; summer; swimming; vitamin K; vomiting; water pollution; water quality analysis; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... A 2.5 yr old spayed female Weimaraner presented after ingestion of blue-green algae (Microcystis spp.). One day prior to presentation, the patient was swimming at a local lake known to be contaminated with high levels of blue-green algae that was responsible for deaths of several other dogs the same summer. The patient presented 24 hr after exposure with vomiting, inappetence, weakness, and lethar ...