The evaluation of retrospective pathological lesions on spirocercosis (Spirocerca lupi) in dogs

@article{Sasani2012TheEO,
  title={The evaluation of retrospective pathological lesions on spirocercosis (Spirocerca lupi) in dogs},
  author={F. Sasani and J. Javanbakht and A. Javaheri and M. A. Mohammad Hassan and S. Bashiri},
  journal={Journal of Parasitic Diseases},
  year={2012},
  volume={38},
  pages={170-173}
}
From 1998 to 2012, 42 dogs with spirocercosis referred to pathology Department of Veterinary Faculty, Tehran University. Frequency of spirocercosis was higher in October, November, December, January, February, March months. Averagely, the cases were 4.73 years old of age, so that 59.3 % of them were male. The major pathological findings were located in distal part of esophagus (57 %, n = 24), stomach (24 %, n = 10), and aorta (9.5 %, n = 4), respectively. In addition, 7 % (n = 3) were in… CONTINUE READING

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