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Fatal cytauxzoonosis is described in a captive reared lioness (Panthera leo) and its 6-month-old cub. Clinical signs in the lioness included loss of weight, depression, anaemia, loss of hair, dark discolored urine, tachypnoea, nystagmus, deaphness and staggering gait. The cub died after a short period of depression. In the lioness, laboratory examination(More)
Peixoto P.V., França, T.N., Barros, C.S.L. & Tokarnia, C.H. 2003. [Histopathological aspects of Bovine Enzootic Haematuria in Brazil.] Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira 23(3):65-81. Depto Nutrição Animal e Pastagem, Instituto de Zootecnia, UFRRJ, Km 47, Seropédica, Rio de Janeiro 23835-000, Brazil. E-mail: peixotop@ufrrj.br The bladder lesions of 59 cattle,(More)
Mascarenhas M.B., Peixoto P.V., Ramadinha R.R., Yamasaki E.M., Costa S.Z.R., Driemeier D., Sonne L. & França T.N. 2014. Immunohistochemical study of genital and extragenital forms of canine transmissible venereal tumor in Brazil. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira. 34(3):250-254. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Medicina Veterinária, Universidade Federal Rural do(More)
Plant intoxications in wildlife are difficult to diagnose, are overlooked, or are sometimes even neglected. Hence, factors that induce wild animals to ingest poisonous plants have not been sufficiently documented. An outbreak of glycoprotein storage disease in sambar deer ( Cervus unicolor ), induced by ingestion of the swainsonine-containing plant, common(More)
Natural and experimental poisonings by Cestrum laevigatum are described in goats. Histologically, livers had marked centrolobular and midzonal coagulative necrosis and hemorrhage. Spontaneous toxicosis by this plant in goats has not been previously reported.
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