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- Tran, J.N.S.N., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of comparative pathology 2017 v.156 no.2-3 pp. 235-239
- adults; alpha-galactosidase; anesthesia; brain; cardiac arrest; death; endothelium; exercise; fibrosis; glycosphingolipids; histopathology; image analysis; keratinosomes; kidneys; liver; males; myofibrils; smooth muscle; transmission electron microscopy
- ... A 12-year-old neutered male pug suffered cardiac arrest and died under general anaesthesia during diagnostic imaging for evaluation of exercise intolerance and respiratory crisis. Histopathological evaluation revealed two types of storage material, glycolipid and lipopigment, having differential distributions in multiple organs. The heart was most strikingly affected and other less affected tissue ...