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-resistant Staphylococcus aureus directly from nasal swabs in horses”; Neurology—Drs. Diccon Westworth, University of California-Davis, for “Clinicopathological features of choroid plexus tumors in dogs: 44 cases”; and Edwin Darrin, University of Pennsylvania, for

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,700 animals, a combined total of nasal, oral, and anal swabs as well as serum samples. About 2,000 of those samples came from dogs or cats, and the rest came from another 63 species of nearby bats and other wildlife in New England and zoo animals. “It's a

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the specialty center, none with microchips and some with singed fur where their collars had been. Most had some combination of second- or third-degree burns on their pads, nasal cavity burns, melted nails, smoke inhalation, heat-related corneal ulcers

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,” according to the handout. “Even fewer pets have become ill.” Per the handout, “Signs of illness thought to be compatible with SARS-CoV-2 infection in pets include fever, coughing, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, lethargy, sneezing, nasal

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dogs in achieving an effective immune response. In the mild form of the disease, a thick, green nasal discharge most likely represents a secondary bacterial infection that usually resolves quickly after treatment with a broad-spectrum antimicrobial

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-mediated isothermal amplification and DNA sequencing for the detection and genotyping of equine herpesvirus type 1 in equine nasal secretion” Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation Best Manuscript Award Dr. Larry H. Kelly, University of California

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. Though dairy producers expressed concerns during Oregon’s September 2020 wildfires, they also told Dr. Cruickshank they hadn’t noticed any large declines in production, nor had they seen obvious clinical signs such as nasal congestion or coughing. Figures

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