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Directions for the diagnosis, clinical staging, treatment and prevention of canine leishmaniosis.
A consensus of opinions on the diagnosis, treatment, prognosis and prevention of CanL is presented, and a system of four clinical stages, based on clinical signs, clinicopathological abnormalities and serological status is proposed. Expand
Canine leishmaniosis - new concepts and insights on an expanding zoonosis: part one.
An updated view on progress in elucidating the epidemiology and pathogenesis of canine leishmaniosis is presented, and the second part focuses on advances in diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Expand
LeishVet guidelines for the practical management of canine leishmaniosis
A staging system that divides the disease into four stages is aimed at assisting the clinician in determining the appropriate therapy, forecasting prognosis, and implementing follow-up steps required for the management of the leishmaniosis patient. Expand
Babesiosis in dogs and cats--expanding parasitological and clinical spectra.
The spectrum of Babesia pathogens that infect dogs and cats is gradually being elucidated with the aid of molecular techniques and meticulous clinical investigation and accurate detection and species recognition are important for the selection of the correct therapy and prediction of the course of disease. Expand
Prevalence of Leishmania infantumInfection in Dogs Living in an Area of Canine Leishmaniasis Endemicity Using PCR on Several Tissues and Serology
The results showed that the majority of dogs living in an area where canine leishmaniasis is endemic are infected by Leishmania and that the prevalence of infection is much greater than the prevalenceof overt Leishmanniasis-related disease. Expand
Guideline for veterinary practitioners on canine ehrlichiosis and anaplasmosis in Europe
This guideline is intended to answer the most common questions on these diseases from a practical point of view and provide a practical guideline for veterinary practitioners on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of ehrlichiosis and anaplasmosis in dogs from Europe. Expand
Babesia canis canis and Babesia canis vogeli clinicopathological findings and DNA detection by means of PCR-RFLP in blood from Italian dogs suspected of tick-borne disease.
The aims of this study were to determine the presence of Babesia spp. in blood samples from Italian dogs with clinical signs compatible with tick-borne diseases by means of PCR-restriction fragmentExpand
Reference ranges for haematology, biochemical profile and electrophoresis in a single herd of Ragusana donkeys from Sicily (Italy)
To evaluate the hygienic, nutritional and management measures on a farm of Ragusana donkeys, complete blood counts, extended biochemical profiles and serum protein electrophoresis, as part of metabolic profile test (MPT), were performed. Expand
A review of canine babesiosis: the European perspective
This review is to provide veterinary practitioners with practical guidelines for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of babesiosis in European dogs, and it is hoped that these guidelines will answer the most frequently asked questions posed by veterinary practitioners. Expand
A serological study of exposure to arthropod-borne pathogens in dogs from northeastern Spain.
This study indicates that exposure to Rc, Li, Ec or related Ehrlichia spp, Bh and Ap or a related spp. Expand