Pathogenesis, clinical, hematological, and pathological aspects of Rangelia vitalii infection in 35 dogs Rafael A. Souza; Glaucia G. The pathogenesis, clinical, hematological and pathological features of the natural infection by the protozoan organism Rangelia vitalii canine rangeliosis was studied in 35 dogs that died due this condition. Index terms: Diseases of dogs, hematology, hematopathology, canine rangeliosis, Rangelia vitalii. Dados sobre 11 desses casos foram previamente publicados Krauspenhar et al.
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Pathogenesis, clinical, hematological, and pathological aspects of Rangelia vitalii infection in 35 dogs Rafael A. Souza; Glaucia G. The pathogenesis, clinical, hematological and pathological features of the natural infection by the protozoan organism Rangelia vitalii canine rangeliosis was studied in 35 dogs that died due this condition.
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