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Pneumonic lesions occurring in calves after respiratory infection with Mycoplasma bovis are characterized by subacute or chronic suppurative bronchopneumonia with multiple foci of necrosis and by(More)
Mycoplasmas are host-specific commensals on mucous membranes of the genital tract, but infection and clinical disease by Mycoplasma bovis in the genital tract of cattle is not well described. In the(More)
A multicentric basal cell carcinoma was diagnosed in a male multimammate mouse (Mastomys spp.) with widespread cutaneous alterations. Macroscopically, the skin was thickened and extremely wrinkled.(More)