Authors:Astrid Müller, Sabine Loeber, Johanna Söchtig, Bert Te Wildt, and Martina De Zwaan
EXD. The results indicated that eating disorder pathology and alcohol use disorder were more common in participants with EXD but pathological buying was not.
Taken together, the outcomes of the aforementioned studies confirmed earlier results
Authors:Mohamed R. Mousa, Faten F. Mohammed, Ayman H. El-deeb, Hanan Saad Khalefa, and Kawkab A. Ahmed
affected birds (25%). Concerning lung pathology, commercial broilers demonstrated a higher percentage of all pulmonary lesions while Balady broilers showed the lowest percentage except lesions related to the depletion of BALT that showed the highest
Authors:Éva Rákóczi, Sándor Görögh, János Grubits, Melinda Erdős, Ferenc Garzuly, Katalin Hahn, Krisztina Bencsik, László Vécsei, Csilla Trinn, Éva Kristóf, Gábor Mogyorósy, Beáta Tóth, and László Maródi
Alroy, J., Sabnis, S., Kopp, B. J.:
Renal pathology in Fabry disease. J. Am. Soc. Nephrol., 2002,
13 (suppl 2)
Authors:Katalin Jánosi, László Stipkovits, Róbert Glávits, Tamás Molnár, László Makrai, Miklós Gyuranecz, János Varga, and László Fodor
The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate an aerosol infection method with
that closely resembles the natural way of infection of calves. Another aim was to compare the virulence of two
strains by collecting clinical and postmortem data of experimentally infected and control animals. Seventeen conventionally reared 3-month-old calves were divided into three groups. Two groups of six animals each were exposed to suspensions containing
on three consecutive days using a vaporiser mask. The third group of five animals was used as control. The data of individual clinical examination were recorded daily. All animals were exterminated, and gross pathology of all lungs was evaluated on the 15th day after the first infection. Both
strains caused an increase of rectal temperature, respiratory signs, decrease of weight gain, and severe catarrhal bronchopneumonia in both infected groups. Although some chronic lesions were detected in the lungs of the control animals as well, the histopathological findings in the infected and control groups were different.
was recultured from all lungs in the challenged groups but it could not be reisolated or detected by PCR examination in the control group. This is the first paper on aerosol challenge of calves with
using repeated infection and verified by detailed pathological, bacteriological and histopathological examination. The infection method proved to be successful. There was no difference in the virulence of the two
strains used in the trial.