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Subcutaneous mycosis of the hind limb of a 15-month-old thoroughbred filly was characterized by extensive swelling, alopecia and ulceration. Extension of the lesion and involvement of the inguinal lymph node occurred despite treatment and the animal was killed. A fungus morphologically resembling...

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Murray, D. R.; Ladds, P. W.; Johnson, R. H.; Pott, B. W.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1978, 172, 7, pp 834-836
Abstract

Data are presented on autopsies over 20 yr. Aspergillus spp. were found in 14 domestic, 15 wild and 29 zoo animals. In most cases the lungs were the seat of infection. Candida spp. were found in 1 cow, 1 young pig and 6 zoo birds, mostly in the lungs, in the pig on the tongue. Zygomycetes occurred...

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Kohler, H.; Kuttin, E.; Kaplan, W.; Burtscher, H.; Grunberg, W.; Swoboda, R.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, B, 1978, 25, 10, pp 785-799
Abstract

During a period of 18 months, 1, 094 specimens of mycosis or suspected mycosis in the human subject in Britain were examined for the Committee for Research in Medical Mycology (Medical Research Council). Of the fungi more closely related to animal pathology the following were of particular...

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Duncan, J. T.
Citation
British Medical Journal, 1945, pp 715-718
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Corticosteroids were given to a horse which developed purpura haemorragica after medical treatment for colic, a dog with mild cough and suspected glaucoma, with reddening of one eye, and another dog with chorioretinitis attributed to Toxoplasma. The horse responded well initially, but ataxia and...

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Smith, D. A.; Maxie, M. G.; Wilcock, B. P.
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 22, 9, pp 276

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