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Mamastrovirus 5 detected in a crab-eating fox (Cerdocyon thous): Expanding wildlife host range of astroviruses
- Christian Diniz Beduschi Travassos Alves, Renata da Fontoura Budaszewski, +10 authors Cláudio Wageck Canal
- Biology, Medicine
- Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and…
- 1 June 2018
Abstract Astroviruses are a common cause of gastroenteritis in children worldwide and can also cause infection in a range of domestic and wild animal species. Canine astrovirus (formally named… Expand
Rhizopus microsporus segmental enteritis in a cow
- Mônica Slaviero, T. P. Vargas, +5 authors S. Pavarini
- Medical mycology case reports
- 6 April 2020
A ten year-old Holstein cow had an intermittent bloody diarrhea, evolving to anorexia and recumbency, followed by death. Mycotic segmental enteritis was diagnosed based on the pathological and… Expand
Pathological and Immunohistochemical Characterization of Thyroid Neoplasms in Cats.
There are few pathological and immunohistochemical descriptions of thyroid neoplasms in cats. We investigated neoplasms of the thyroid in 31 cats (average age 15.6 years) in Southern Brazil. Most… Expand
Cats with central nervous system cryptococcosis
- Rochana Rodrigues, Jenifer Severo Beretta, A. Spanamberg, Mônica Slaviero, Luiza Presser Ehlers, L. Sonne
- 10 October 2020
Background : Cryptococcosis is a serious fungal infection contracted by humans and animals, and the most common systemic mycosis found in cats. This disease is often contracted through inhalation of… Expand
Epidemiologic and pathologic aspects of feline eosinophilic granuloma complex.
Background : The feline eosinophilic granuloma complex (FEGC) includes a group of lesions that affect the skin, mucocutaneous junctions, and oral cavity of cats. It comprises three distinct clinical… Expand
Hepatic Cirrhosis Associated with Ingestion of Cycas revoluta in Canine
- Vanessa de Campos Pereira, Mônica Slaviero, Renata de Oliveira Saccaro, Bruna Grazziotin, D. Driemeier, E. C. Oliveira
- 20 November 2020
Background : Cycas revoluta (“sago palm”) is a toxic ornamental plant which, when ingested, can cause hepatotoxic effects, gastrointestinal signs, and neurological alterations. Albeit rarely, C.… Expand
Primary nonlymphoid gastrointestinal neoplasms in dogs in Rio Grande do Sul
RESUMO.[Neoplasmas gastrointestinais primários não linfoides em cães no Rio Grande do Sul.] Neoplasmas gastrointestinais (NGI) são pouco comuns em cães, mas possuem principalmente comportamento… Expand
Outbreak of Contagious Echtyma in Sheep in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Background : Contagious ecthyma is a viral disease caused by a Parapoxvirus , which affects primarily sheep and goats. The disease has a worldwide distribution and is characterized by cutaneous… Expand
Evaluation of in vitro and in vivo biocompatibility of iron produced by powder metallurgy.
- T. C. Paim, Diego Pacheco Wermuth, +6 authors M. Wink
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Materials science & engineering. C, Materials for…
- 1 October 2020
Biodegradable metallic materials (BMMs) are expected to corrode gradually in vivo after providing the structural support to the tissue during its regeneration and healing processes. These… Expand
Anatomopathological and Immunohistochemical Apects of Distemper Virus in Crab-Eating-Foxes and Pampa-Foxes
Background : Distemper is a contagious disease with worldwide distribution, which is caused by a single-stranded RNA virus of the genus Morbillivirus . The Crab-eating fox ( Cerdocyon thous ) and the… Expand