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Rabies has been an enigmatic disease because microscopic findings in central nervous system tissues do not always correlate well with the severity of the clinical illness. Immunohistochemical staining of the calcium-binding protein calbindin (specifically CbD28k) seems to be the technique most used to identify Purkinje neurons under normal and pathological… (More)
We report the first record of parasitic larval tapeworms of the genus Spirometra (sparganum) in the frog Hypsiboas pulchellus. A total of 139 frogs were collected in Uruguay, and two of them presented a single sparganum (1.4%). One sparganum was found free into the coelomic cavity, and the other was located under the skin and in the coelomic cavity. The… (More)
We report infection by Ichthyophonus sp. in a South American amphibian, the hylid frog Hypsiboas pulchellus in Uruguay. This frog had a large subcutaneous mass over the urostyle and dorsal musculature comprised of parasitic cysts with mild granulomatous inflammation but otherwise appeared healthy.