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The role of type A Clostridium perfringens in canine acute hemorrhagic diarrhea syndrome and foal necrotizing enteritis is poorly characterized. However, a highly significant association between the presence of novel toxigenic C. perfringens and these specific enteric diseases has been described....

Author(s)
Gohari, I. M.; Unterer, S.; Whitehead, A. E.; Prescott, J. F.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2020, 32, 2, pp 230-238
Abstract

A necropsy was carried out in 14 puppies died from hemorrhagic enteritis, suspected of CPV-2. All 12 puppies belonged to the shelter of stray dogs of Rahovec from the communities of Gjakova, Rahovec, Kamenica and Peja. Based on a rapid test for CPV-2 antigen detection, 12 puppies tested positive...

Author(s)
Sinani, A.; Kusi, I.
Publisher
Agricultural University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania
Citation
Albanian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2016, 15, 3, pp 154-159
Abstract

Clostridium difficile and Clostridium perfringens are anaerobic, Gram-positive bacilli that are common causes of enteritis and enterotoxemias in both domestic animals and humans. Both organisms have been associated with acute and chronic large and small bowel diarrhea, and acute hemorrhagic...

Author(s)
Marks, S. L.; Kather, E. J.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Microbiology, 2003, 94, 1, pp 39-45
Abstract

Seven dogs with acute haemorrhagic enteritis were examined 24-48 hours after death. They were negative for Salmonella, but Clostridium perfringens was isolated from the small intestine of one dog and Spirillum sp. from the colon contents of another. Gross lesions in the digestive tract are...

Author(s)
Coignoul, F.; Dewaele, A.
Citation
Annales de Medecine Veterinaire, 1979, 123, 1, pp 47-54
Abstract

A 4-year-old Border Collie bitch and a 14-year-old Labrador bitch vomited, became dull and developed severe diarrhoea which was haemorrhagic in the Collie. Both bitches been seen sniffing or eating from a compost heap and they had had contact with an insecticide/fungicide rose spray (Bio-Hexyl...

Author(s)
Eijk, P. A. van der; Arnold, A. E.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1993, 133, 18, pp 460
Abstract

The diseases caused in animals by the anaerobic spore-forming bacteria, the clostridia, are described. These organisms have two primary habitats, the soil and the intestinal contents of apparently normal animals; it is thus impossible to eradicate them, but losses can be reduced by a regular...

Author(s)
Smith, L. D. S.
Publisher
New York (& London): Academic Press Inc.,
Citation
Advances in veterinary Science, 1957, 3, pp 463-524
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Clostridium perfringens is an important cause of clostridial enteric disease in domestic animals, and a frequent cause of myonecrosis in both humans...

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Clostridium septicum is a common isolate found both in soil and in the intestinal system of domestic animals. As a pathogen it is a common...

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Clostridium perfringens may produce as many as 25 toxic or potentially-toxic molecules (Hatheway, 1990). The species is divided into five toxinotypes...

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Disease results when body functions are impaired, and the degree of impairment determines severity of the disease. The disease may occur from...

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