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Congenital duplications are said to be more common in cattle than in other domestic animals, and the anterior part of the body is usually affected. Dipygus or caudal duplication is a rare anomaly in the calf that is structurally related to monozygotic twins. A female Holstein calf with six legs...
Chordoma is a rare tumor in human beings and animals that originates from mesoderm-derived notochord. Although many cases of chordoma have been reported in human, dog, cat, rat, mink, and ferret, no report has been previously described in ruminants. This case report describes the clinical and...
A 3.5-year-old neutered male domestic shorthaired cat presenting with inappetence, depression, polydisia, and severe icteric mucous membranes was diagnosed as having systemic amyloidosis with spontaneous hemorrhage from the liver and chronic renal failure. Laboratory findings were remarkable for...
The aim of this study was to report the occurrence of cryptosporidiosis in gray brocket deer in Brazil. Fecal samples of a male and a female Mazama gouazoupira kept in captivity in southern Brazil were evaluated. Samples collected at 10-d intervals were analyzed by the centrifugal flotation...
The aim of this study was to investigate the changes in the levels of liver enzymes and urea associated with an outbreak of cysticercosis (Taenia taeniformis) in rat liver. At the end of a previous trial, the animals were euthanized and necropsied when cysts of T. taeniformis were found. The...
This report describes the isolation of Trichophyton verrucosum from a 70-year-old horse fillet. This fillet was not used since 1992 and was kept in a memorial collection. The report may imply longer viability for T. verrucosum than currently thought.
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