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Monday 01 October 2001

A clinical case of canine mycotic pneumonia.

By: Garcia ME, Caro A, Fragio C, Blanco I, Blanco JL.

J Vet Med A Physiol Pathol Clin Med 2001 Oct;48(8):501-6

A bronchopneumonic process diagnosed as mycotic in origin is described. The dog fully recovered after 120 days of treatment with ketoconazole. Determination of the serological level of anti-IgG against Aspergillus was very useful in the follow-up, because the clinical improvement of the animal was evident long before the antibody level dropped significantly.

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