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History An 18-kg neonatal Angus-Hereford crossbreed heifer calf was presented to the Auburn University Large Animal Teaching Hospital 3 hours after unassisted calving that occurred without dystocia. The calf was estimated to be approximately 1

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, embolic, suppurative, and necrotizing glomerulonephritis; interstitial pneumonia; hepatitis; and adrenalitis, with vascular thrombosis and intralesional colonies of gram-negative coccobacilli. Case summary: A equuli septicemia in a neonatal foal

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Morphologic diagnosis: severe, acute, suppurative meningoencephalitis, choroid plexitis, and ependymitis (ventriculitis). Case summary: neonatal bacterial suppurative meningitis in a foal. Comments The case described in the present report is a

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with numerous colonies of gram-negative bacterial rods ( A equuli ). Case summary: A equuli embolic nephritis in a neonatal filly. Comments In neonatal foals, bacteremia resulting in embolic suppurative nephritis is most commonly caused by

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to fetuses has been occasionally described in other mammals, 3 – 5 yet most infected fetuses and neonates are born healthy. As Babesia spp–associated disease and death are rarely reported in these animals, there is a scarcity of data on the

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History and Clinical Signs Tissues from 3 juvenile mixed-breed dog littermates that each died naturally were examined over a 3-week period. These puppies were from a litter of 13. Two littermates had died in the immediate neonatal period, and

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perfringens type A. There have been a few case reports 2,3 of clostridial abomasitis in neonatal calves since that time. As in the calf of the present report, affected calves generally have emphysematous and hemorrhagic abomasitis and tympany. Risk factors

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2 -toxin, or both produced by C perfringens type A, and rapid deterioration and death was a result of enterotoxemia. Clostridial enterocolitis in neonatal foals can be a severe disease and has been associated with high mortality rates. 3

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predominance was noted commonly in cases involving bacterial infection (eg, cases of TME, neonatal meningitis, older-calf meningitis, otitis-related meningitis, and CNS abscess). Similar to the findings for the calf of the present report, 2 other cases with

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: parvoviral myocarditis in a dog. Comments The gross and microscopic lesions in the puppy of the present report were consistent with neonatal canine parvovirus-2 infection. The first subtype of parvovirus affecting canids, parvovirus-1, was identified

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