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diagnosis: chronic, suppurative, thoracic vertebral osteomyelitis and periostitis; suppurative spinal pachymeningitis and epidural steatitis, with axonal degeneration; and chronic carpal tenosynovitis and arthritis in the left forelimb. Case summary

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vertebra, resulting in severe osteomyelitis of the spinous process and an epidural abscess between the T5 and T6 vertebral bodies. Calf 2 had a similar epidural abscess that affected the dorsal aspect of the vertebral body of T2, resulting in osteomyelitis

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. Morphologic Diagnosis and Case Summary Morphologic diagnosis: marked pyogranulomatous osteomyelitis with intra- and extracellular yeasts morphologically compatible with Cryptococcus sp. Case summary: cryptococcal osteomyelitis in a dog. Comments

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equi is also known to cause a number of extrapulmonary diseases in foals, including ulcerative enterocolitis and typhlitis, abdominal lymphadenitis, polysynovitis, vertebral osteomyelitis, diskospondylitis, and inflammation of the ocular structures (eg

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Actinomyces cardiffensis . Histopathologic Findings Tissue samples, including a specimen of the right mandibular bone lesion, were collected for histologic examination. A preliminary diagnosis of pyogranulomatous filamentous bacterial osteomyelitis was

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the bone is a frequent sequela. Although various bacterial species including Pseudomonas spp 7 have been cultured in spinal lesions, spinal osteomyelitis is most often associated with Salmonella spp, particularly Salmonella enterica subsp

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adventitia was infiltrated by abundant macrophages admixed with a few heterophils. Bar = 20 μm. C—Osteomyelitis, os palatinum, skull; H&E stain. The marrow cavity of os palatinum (dashed circle) was occupied by inflammatory cells. Bar = 500 μm. D—Osteomyelitis

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and skin and acute, regionally extensive necrotizing osteomyelitis with intralesional cocci of the right humerus and left femur. Case summary: necrotizing fasciitis, osteomyelitis, and streptococcal septicemia in a dog. Comments For the dog

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, erythrocytes, and neutrophils (ie, evidence of osteomyelitis). The lumen of each bulla was diffusely obstructed by accumulations of degenerate and viable neutrophils, foamy macrophages, karyorrhectic cellular debris, edema, fibrin, and erythrocytes (evidence of

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pyogranulomatous pneumonia in foals. Some foals may also have significant systemic disease with R equi infection that can manifest as granulomatous enterocolitis and typhlitis, mesenteric lymph node abscessation, or less commonly as arthritis or osteomyelitis

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