Tania A Kozikowski

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Oral vaccination of red foxes against rabies has been practiced in Europe since 1978 and has succeeded in greatly reducing the occurrence of this disease in foxes: this is an example of coordinated activity against a disease that affects both wild and domestic animals as well as humans. Some examples of diseases that affect both domestic and wild animals in(More)
BACKGROUND Klebsiella spp. are implicated as a common cause of bacterial pneumonia in horses, but few reports describe clinical presentation and disease progression. HYPOTHESIS/OBJECTIVES To describe the signalment, clinicopathologic data, radiographic and ultrasonographic findings, antimicrobial susceptibility, outcome, and pathologic lesions associated(More)
BACKGROUND Botulism is a potentially fatal paralytic disorder for which definitive diagnosis is difficult. OBJECTIVES To determine if repetitive stimulation of the common peroneal nerve will aid in the diagnosis of botulism in foals. ANIMALS Four control and 3 affected foals. METHODS Validation of the test in healthy foals for its comparison in foals(More)
OBJECTIVE To characterize the clinical and clinicopathologic effects and evaluate outcome associated with oleander toxicosis in New World camelids. DESIGN Retrospective case series. ANIMALS 11 llamas and 1 alpaca. PROCEDURES Medical records from a veterinary medical teaching hospital from January 1, 1995, to December 31, 2006, were reviewed. Records(More)
A 4-year-old Dutch warmblood mare was presented with a 10-month history of ataxia and proprioceptive deficits. Computed tomography defined a large, non-contrast enhancing mass in the left cerebral hemisphere. Necropsy examination revealed a tumour that effaced much of the piriform and temporal lobes. Microscopically the lesion was classified as a grade IV(More)
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