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Background: Caley Pea (Lathyrus hirsutus) is potentially toxic to horses, but large case series are not reported. Objectives: To describe the clinical signs of horses intoxicated with Lathyrus hirsutus and speculate on the neuroanatomical lesion localization and pathogenesis based upon the observed ...

Holbrook, T. C.; Gilliam, L. L.; Stein, F. P.; Morgan, S. E.; Avery, A. L.; Confer, A. W.; Panciera, R. J.
Wiley-Blackwell, Boston, USA
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2015, 29, 1, pp 294-298

A total of 229 isolates of yeasts and yeastlike organisms recovered from a variety of clinical specimens were identified by using the AP1 20C microsystem in conjunction with morphological characteristics and urea hydrolysis. Of the 220, 218 (95.1%) were from bovine, porcine, canine and equine spp....

Chengappa, M. M.; Maddux, R. L.; Greer, S. C.; Pincus, D. H.; Geist, L. L.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1984, 19, 3, pp 427-428

A new medium, Sabderm (Difco agar, Difco yeast extract, rice flour, crystal violet, brilliant green and distilled water, pH 6.5), was used to study 71 specimens from animals from different parts of Mexico. Trichophyton equinum (horse), T. mentagrophytes (dog, horse, rabbit, guinea pig, cattle,...

Campos-Nieto, E.
Boletin de la Sociedad Mexicana de Micologia, 1977, No.11, pp 115-120

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