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Ultrasonographic and histopathological findings in equine superficial digital flexor tendon injury.
The ultrasonographic and histopathological findings in 12 normal and 28 injured superficial digital flexor tendons, with lesions ranging in duration from 2 days to 15 months, were compared. AExpand
Immunity to canine adenovirus respiratory disease: a comparison of attenuated CAV-1 and CAV-2 vaccines
The degree of protection afforded by CAV-1 vaccine seemed similar to that provided byCAV-2 vaccine, and both groups of vaccinated dogs remained clinically almost normal with minimal lesions, present for a much shorter period of time. Expand
A study of dogs with kennel cough
A variety of viral and bacterial agents were isolated from the respiratory tract of diseased dogs but Bordetella bronchiseptica and canine parainfluenza virus SV-5 appeared to be the most significant organisms recovered. Expand
Scanning electron microscopic study of the lower respiratory tract in calves and adult cattle.
The surface characteristics of the lower respiratory tract of two groups of cattle were studied with the scanning electron microscope and non-ciliated cells, mainly mucus-secreting, were not easily identified unless they were discharging secretion. Expand
Experimental respiratory disease in dogs due to Bordetella bronchiseptica.
Experimental respiratory disease in the dog due to B bronchiseptica may offer a model system for the study of the human disease. Expand
Canine adenovirus: its role in renal and ocular disease: a review.
  • N. Wright
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of small animal practice
  • 1976
The renal lesion is a focal interstitial nephritis which is probably a Type IV hypersensitivity reaction and the ocular lesion, thought to be a Type III immune complex hypers sensitivity reaction, is characterized by anterior uveitis and corneal oedema. Expand
Canine leptospirosis: An immunopathological study of interstitial nephritis due to Leptospira canicola
It was considered that the cellular infiltrates found in the kidneys of dogs suffering from acute leptospiral nephritis have two main functions; firstly, the local production of anti-leptonospiral antibody and, secondly, phagocytosis. Expand
Canine adenovirus nephritis.
Canine adenovirus is associated with a generalized disease of dogs characterized by hepatitis, lymphadenitis and vascular damage. During the course of the infection, virus localizes in the vascularExpand
Glomerular deposition of immune complexes in dogs following natural infection with canine adenovirus
The renal lesions were studied in eight dogs which had either died as a result of acute canine adenovirus infection (Rubarth's disease) or were in various stages of recovery from the clinicalExpand