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parasites (Myxozoa: Myxobolidae) infecting fishes of western Montana, with notes on histopathology, seasonality, and intraspecific variation . Can. J. Zool. 67 , 1915 – 1922 . 10.1139/z89

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in the unexposed, control groups ( Fig. 2A ). In groups exposed to isolate SAP198, scattered lesions were observed on the surface of the chorion ( Fig. 2B ). No differences in the histopathology of the eggs were detected among the groups exposed to

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors:
László Makrai
,
Csaba Nemes
,
Anna Simon
,
Éva Ivanics
,
Zoltán Dudás
,
László Fodor
, and
Róbert Glávits

Enterococcus cecorum is the most frequently occurring enterococcal species in the intestine of chickens of over 12 weeks of age, and there are few reports on its isolation from the skeleton of broiler parent chicks. In the present study, observations on vertebral osteomyelitis and spondylolisthesis (‘kinky back syndrome’) showing high incidence in 8 broiler parent flocks in different parts of Hungary are summarised. Clinical signs were seen only in roosters between 5 and 13 weeks of age. Diseased birds were alert and remained sitting on their hocks with their feet slightly raised off the ground. Incidence of the disease among male birds ranged from 8% to 30% depending on flocks. Enlargement and distortion of the body of the 6th vertebra were seen as the main pathological lesions. The cavity of the spinal canal was constricted by the distorted vertebral bodies. Resorption of bone tissue and sequestrum formation, signs of increased osteoclast activity, proliferation of fibrotic tissues, infiltration with heterophils and formation of sclerotic layers were detected in the vertebral bodies. From all 24 samples collected from the vertebral lesions, Enterococcus cecorum was isolated and identified using metabolic fingerprinting as well as 16S rRNA gene sequencing. Demonstration of E. cecorum from the vertebral lesions in all examined broiler breeder roosters showing the same clinical and pathological findings in different flocks suggested the pathogenic role of this microorganism for the first time in Hungary.

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-cell phenotype. Histopathology, 1997, 31 , 313–317. Oudejans J. J. Enteropathy associated T-cell lymphomas have a cytotoxic T-cell phenotype Histopathology

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by basidiobolomycosis has been increasingly reported. GIB has non-specific clinical and imaging findings resembling inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer. The diagnosis is based on histopathology with or without culture. Early and accurate

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors:
Marie E. Alutis
,
Ursula Grundmann
,
Ulrike Hagen
,
André Fischer
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Anja A. Kühl
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Ulf B. Göbel
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Stefan Bereswill
, and
Markus M. Heimesaat

. Heimesaat MM , Fischer A , Alutis M , Grundmann U , Boehm M , et al . : The impact of serine protease HtrA in apoptosis, intestinal immune responses and extra-intestinal histopathology during Campylobacter jejuni

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vivo biopsies from liver, kidneys, lungs, mesenteric lymph nodes (MLN), and colon as well as luminal samples from stomach, duodenum, ileum, and colon were removed under strict aseptic conditions. Histopathology Histopathological analyses were performed

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derived under aseptic conditions. From each mouse, colonic samples were collected in parallel for subsequent microbiological and immunohistopathological analyses. Histopathology Histopathological analyses

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Physiology International
Authors:
Mithra Sudha Mohan
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Aswani Sukumaran Sreedevi
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Aparna Nandakumaran Sakunthala
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Puthenpura T. Boban
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Perumana R. Sudhakaran
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Saja Kamalamma

control with cold exposed animals. **** P  < 0.0001. B) Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E) staining. a) Control group, b) Intermittent cold exposed group Effect of intermittent cold exposure on cardiac histopathology Histopathological analysis of both control and

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Clinical and Experimental Medical Journal
Authors:
Mamun-Al-Mahtab
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Kabir Uddin
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Salimur Rahman
,
Mobin Khan
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Kamal
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Moniruzzaman Bhuiyan
, and
Gulzar Hussain

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Primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) is a rare autoimmune liver disease, not infrequent in the West, but hardly reported from the East. We report a case of PBC for the first time from Bangladesh. The patient was an elderly woman presenting with vague complaints. The diagnosis was confirmed by antibody testing and histopathology, whereas other possible causes of cirrhosis were also excluded.

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