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South and Central America, which are carried by the tapeti ( Sylvilagus braziliensis ), and the North American (or California) strains endemic to Baja California and the west coast of the US, which are carried by the brush rabbit ( Sylvilagus bachmani

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have more in common with the historical source of the patient data. Introduction Given their importance to antimicrobial stewardship, individual clinical decision-making, and tracking of susceptibility patterns over time, the California

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California, where human leptospirosis has been reportable for almost a century, 24 cases of human infection were reported between 2014 and 2018. 16,17 Leptospirosis is increasingly recognized as an important infectious disease of dogs, with clusters of

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is affected by the biosecurity precautions taken by organizers and exhibitors. During the busiest week of the 2005 California State Fair, approximately 1,700 animals were housed in the livestock pavilion, and over the 4 weeks of the fair, a total of

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Supported by the Center for Equine Health with funds provided by the State of California pari-mutuel fund and contributions by private donors. Dr. Finno was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health (5K01OD015134 and L40 TR001136). Dr

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nor the main underlying causes of inflammatory gastrointestinal lesions are known for horses and other equids in California. Such knowledge would be useful to improve diagnostic and surveillance strategies for gastrointestinal diseases in horses and

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epidemic in the United Kingdom caused at least $4.4 billion in direct costs and more than $9 billion in losses to the agriculture, food, and tourism sectors of the economy. 3 It has been estimated that if FMD were introduced into southern California, it

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diagnosed in as many as 5 to 10 dogs/y at the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital at the University of California-Davis. However, the proximal source of infection for these dogs is rarely known, nor is it known what features of the dogs

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Pigs ( Sus scrofa ) are not native to the United States and were initially introduced to the mainland by European settlers hundreds of years ago. In California, the Spanish were the first to release domestic pigs in 1769, and a county landowner

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unknown. The purpose of the study reported here was to compare the clinical features of cryptococcosis among cats and dogs evaluated at the William T. Pritchard University of California-Davis VMTH and to determine whether distribution of involved tissues

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