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Pyogranulomatous inflammation has been extensively described in cats, in particular in cases of feline infectious peritonitis and also associated with Mycobacteria, Actinomyces, Nocardia, Rhodococcus and fungal infections. Idiopathic sterile pyogranulomatous dermatitis has also been described. In...

Author(s)
Giuliano, A.; Watson, P.; Owen, L.; Skelly, B.; Davison, L.; Dobson, J.; Costantino-Casas, F.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2020, 61, 3, pp 202-205
Abstract

Background: Nocardiosis is an unusual infection in companion animals characterized by suppurative to pyogranulomatous lesions, localized or disseminated. Cutaneous-subcutaneous, pulmonary and systemic signs are observed in feline nocardiosis. However, osteomyelitis is a rare clinical manifestation...

Author(s)
Farias, M. R. de; Werner, J.; Ribeiro, M. G.; Rodigheri, S. M.; Cavalcante, C. Z.; Chi KungDarh; Condas, L. A. Z.; Gonoi, T.; Matsuzama, T.; Yazama, K.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Veterinary Research, 2012, 8, 239, pp (6 December 2012)
Abstract

Members of the genus Nocardia are widespread in diverse environments; a wide range of Nocardia species are known to cause nocardiosis in several animals, including cat, dog, fish, and humans. Of the pathogenic Nocardia species, N. seriolae is known to cause disease in cultured fish, resulting in...

Author(s)
Han HyunJa; Kwak MinJung; Ha SungMin; Yang SeungJo; Kim JinDo; Cho KyoungHee; Kim TaeWook; Cho MiYoung; Kim ByungYong; Jung SungHee; Chun JongSik
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
MicrobiologyOpen, 2019, 8, 3, pp e00656
Abstract

The cutaneous nocardiosis is a suppurative to pyogranulomatous condition that occurs after penetration of the agent on wounds in the skin that were exposed to contaminated water or soil. The disease is manifested with formation of localized abscess, with necrotic fistula and ulcers that draining a...

Author(s)
Leite, A. R. de A.; Pessoa, D. A. do N.; Carneiro, R. dos S.; Silva, L. C. A. da; Matos, R. A. T.; Henrique, F. V.
Publisher
Faculdade de Veterinaria, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Ciência Veterinária, 2014, 21, 4, pp 226-230
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This report describes the clinical, pathological and microbiological findings of an uncommon infection in a cat by Nocardia nova. A 3-year-old male domestic short hair cat with an ulcerated and exudative cutaneous wound was presented for clinical examination. Samples were collected for...

Author(s)
Blume, G. R.; Martins, C. S.; Matter, L. B.; Vargas, A. P. C. de; Oliveira, L. B. de; Reis Junior, J. L.; Sant'Ana, F. J. F. de
Publisher
Centro de Ciências Rurais, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Santa Maria, Brazil
Citation
Ciência Rural, 2015, 45, 11, pp 2019-2022
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A 4 month old unneutered male cat was presented at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of Iasi, with severe dermal lacerations on the posterior side of the right thigh, up to the last rib of the right hemithorax and opened fracture of the right femoral proximal epiphysis, wounds induced by a profound...

Author(s)
Lipovan, I.; Burlacu, M.; Mares, M.; Vulpe, V.
Publisher
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, 2015, 61, 2, pp 139-142
Abstract

Rapidly growing mycobacteria (RGM) and Nocardiae can cause severe or refractory infections in cats and dogs. Prolonged antibacterial therapy is required to cure these infections. As fluoroquinolones have been used in combination therapy for treating RGM infections, isolates from the Mycobacterium...

Author(s)
Govendir, M.; Norris, J. M.; Hansen, T.; Wigney, D. I.; Muscatello, G.; Trott, D. J.; Malik, R.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Microbiology, 2011, 153, 3/4, pp 240-245
AbstractFull Text

Dermatopathies represent a large part of the cases seen at the small animal medical clinic. Among skin diseases, bacterial diseases are among the most frequent in dermatological practice. The genus Nocardia consists of aerobic, gram-positive, highly pathogenic bacteria for animals and humans,...

Author(s)
Gondim, A. L. de C. L.; Araujo, A. K. L.
Publisher
Pubvet, Maringá, Brazil
Citation
PUBVET, 2019, 13, 12,
AbstractFull Text

Nocardiosis is a disease caused by Nocardia spp. and can be observed in different forms: cutaneous, pulmonary and disseminated. It has been often described in cats, cows and horses, but rarely in dogs. The occurence in dogs is associated to N. asteroides, N. brasiliensis, N. caviae and N....

Author(s)
Idrizi, I.; Danesi, P.; Granato, A.; Carminato, A.; Pagliaro, L.; Trevisiol, K.
Publisher
Società Italiana di Diagnostica di Laboratorio Veterinaria (SIDiLV), Parma, Italy
Citation
XVII Congresso Nazionale S.I.Di.L.V., Pacengo di Lazise (VR), Italia, 28-30 settembre 2016 , 2016, pp 212
Abstract

An unusual case of osteomyelitis caused by Nocardia cyriacigeorgica infection and resulting in mandibular osteomyelitis and cellulitis (lumpy jaw) is described in a young cat. A 1-cm hard nodular mass was an incidental finding in the right mandible of a 14-month-old cat during routine physical...

Author(s)
Soto, E.; Arauz, M.; Gallagher, C. A.; Illanes, O.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2014, 26, 4, pp 580-584

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