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Septic polyarthritis caused by Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae in a dog.
- U. Seelig, R. Klopfleisch, C. Weingart, B. Walther, A. Luebke-Becker, L. Brunnberg
- Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and…
- 8 December 2009
A 14-month-old, male German Shepherd dog was admitted with a six-week history of lameness and swelling of the right hindlimb and the radiographical, bacteriological and necropsy findings confirmed a diagnosis of septic polyarthritis due to infection with Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae. Expand
[Biopsy procedures in sarcoidosis].
[Bronchospasmolytic tests with and without a nebulizer].
Bronchospasmolytic tests with Terbutaline (Arubendol-Aerosol) were performed in 23 pts without or with an additional nebulizer and the most reliable parameter of bronchospasmsolytic effects is the airway resistance (Rt). Expand
[Bioptic evaluation of myocardial sarcoidosis--a case report].
[Follow-up in patients with chronic obstructive lung diseases with special reference to the pressure behavior in the pulmonary artery].
- D. Kirsten, W. Meister, +4 authors D. Mönch
- Zeitschrift fur Erkrankungen der Atmungsorgane
A single measurement of the pulmonary arterial pressure can only be a marker of the general prognosis in COLD, but not of the individual prognosis, so further follow-up studies are needed for the correct assessment of theindividual prognosis dependent on the clinical state in each case. Expand