Hemorrhagic disease in dogs infected with an unclassified intraendothelial piroplasm in southern Brazil.

@article{Loretti2005HemorrhagicDI,
  title={Hemorrhagic disease in dogs infected with an unclassified intraendothelial piroplasm in southern Brazil.},
  author={Alexandre Paulino Loretti and Severo Sales Barros},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  year={2005},
  volume={134 3-4},
  pages={193-213}
}
A hemorrhagic disease affecting dogs in Brazil, referred to popularly as "nambiuvú" (bloody ears) and believed to be transmitted by ticks, has been observed in animals infected with an organism described originally in 1910 as a piroplasm, and known locally as Rangelia vitalii. In this series of 10 cases, the disease was characterized by anaemia, jaundice… CONTINUE READING