Pathological aspects of bovine focal fibrogranulomatous proliferative panniculitis (Lechiguana)

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Lechiguana is a disease of cattle caused by an interaction between Dermatobia hominis warble and the bacteria Manheimia granulomatis. It is characterized by subcutaneous swellings that grow rapidly and result in death after 3 to 8 months. The objective of this paper was to investigate some vascular and fibrogenic changes of the disease at different lesion… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11259-015-9627-4

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@article{Andrade2015PathologicalAO, title={Pathological aspects of bovine focal fibrogranulomatous proliferative panniculitis (Lechiguana)}, author={Gilberto Brown de Andrade and Heitor Miraglia Herrera and Walmerino Barreto and Sonia Ladeira and Eugen Moţa and Luigia Caputo and Henrique Leonel Lenzi}, journal={Veterinary Research Communications}, year={2015}, volume={39}, pages={39-44} }