Suspected wood poisoning caused by Simarouba amara (marupá/caixeta) shavings in two dogs with erosive stomatitis and dermatitis.

@article{Declercq2004SuspectedWP,
  title={Suspected wood poisoning caused by Simarouba amara (marup{\'a}/caixeta) shavings in two dogs with erosive stomatitis and dermatitis.},
  author={Jan Declercq},
  journal={Veterinary dermatology},
  year={2004},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={188-93}
}
Two male Labrador retrievers developed bleeding erosions/ulcerations involving the oral mucosa, mucocutaneous junctions of the lips, nose, prepuce and anus, ulcerated nodules on the chin, and crusting lesions on the elbows, hocks and scrotum. One of the dogs was anorexic and depressed, had haematological abnormalities consistent with damage to the liver and… CONTINUE READING