organisms consistent with Prototheca spp, and bilateral mydriasis, moderate conjunctivitis, uveitis, granulomatous retinitis, and bilateral retinal detachment.
Case summary: disseminated protothecosis in a dog.
The dog was treated with
fungal histopathology and the diagnosis of dermatophyte infections, protothecosis, and multiple systemic mycotic infections. During his career, he also served as an associate professor at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health and was an
Investigator Award, category of diagnostic pathology , First place: Laura Lane, Oklahoma State University, for “Initial diagnosis of protothecosis in a dog via cerebrospinal fluid cytology”; Second place: Joy Gary, Michigan State University, for “An outbreak of