Fatal Prevotella oralis meningitis.

Abstract

Prevotella oralis, an obligate Gram-negative anaerobe, was detected as the cause of acute meningitis in a four-year-old cocker spaniel. Clinical signs included acute onset collapse and severe depression. Despite treatment, the animal died. A post-mortem examination was performed which revealed a fibrinosuppurative meningitis with no significant inflammation… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-5827.2012.01311.x

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@article{Cahalan2013FatalPO, title={Fatal Prevotella oralis meningitis.}, author={Stuart Cahalan and Ga{\"e}lle Hick and Amy Rossiter and John. J. Callanan}, journal={The Journal of small animal practice}, year={2013}, volume={54 3}, pages={153-5} }