Direct microinjection of soman or VX into the amygdala produces repetitive limbic convulsions and neuropathology
Acute neuropathology in soman poisoned rats.
The results indicate that soman, and possibly other similar organophosphate compounds, may produce significant irreversible damage to the central nervous system.
Cardiomyopathy in Soman and Sarin intoxicated rats.
Malignant Pilomatricoma in 3 Dogs
Four cases of the 13 canine pilomatricomas diagnosed within a 24-month period (2006–2008) at the Ohio State University were classified as malignant, which suggests that malignant pilmatricoma is more common than previously reported.
Pathology of nerve agents: perspectives on medical management.
- C. Mcleod
- Psychology, BiologyFundamental and Applied Toxicology
- 1 December 1985
Intestinal Tyzzer's Disease and Spirochetosis in a Guinea Pig
- C. Mcleod, J. L. Stookey, D. G. Harrington, J. D. White
- Medicine, BiologyVeterinary Pathology-Supplement
- 1 May 1977
Tyzzer's disease (bacillus piliformis infection) was diagnosed in a young guinea pig killed because of diarrhea and poor condition. There was necrosis and inflammation of the colon, cecum and ileum.…
Escherichia coli O157:H7 infection in Dutch belted and New Zealand white rabbits.
Evidence is provided that both breeds of rabbits are susceptible to E. coli O157:H7 infection and that both may be useful models for investigating EHEC infections of humans, and both breeds developed clinical signs of disease and intestinal lesions after experimental infection.
Diagnosis and prevention of dissemination of tuberculosis in a recently imported rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta)
- S. Shipley, T. Coksaygan, David K. Johnson, C. Mcleod, L. Detolla
- Biology, MedicineJournal of medical primatology
- 1 February 2008
This case illustrates the importance of prolonged quarantine of non‐human primates (NHP) and illustrates the usefulness of serology‐based diagnostics as an adjunct to intradermal testing and demonstrates that with proper isolation procedures, the spread of tuberculosis can be prevented in NHP facilities.
EPITHELIOTROPIC LYMPHOMA IN A SQUIRREL (SCIURUS SP)
- S. Honnold, Iyampillai Arun, G. Saturday, C. Mcleod
- MedicineJournal of zoo and wildlife medicine
- 1 September 2007
A 12-yr-old, intact male squirrel presented with a 15 mm–by-20 mm area of alopecia and plaque-like dermal thickening over the left caudolateral thorax, and immunohistochemistry confirmed a T-cell origin.
Pox Virus Keratitis in a Rabbit
1 KELEMEN, G.; KIRCHER, D.H.: Special Senses. In: Pathology of Laboratory Animals, ed. Benirschke, Garner and Jones, vol. I, pp. 656-657. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1978 2 PAMUKCU, A.M.: IV. Tumors…