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  1. Fourteen-year status report of fatal illnesses in captive chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera)

    Martino, Pablo Eduardo; Bautista, Emilia Lucila; Gimeno, Eduardo Juan; Stanchi, Néstor Oscar; Radman, Nilda Ester
    Fur ranching has been a prosperous industry for decades. Despite its worldwide distribution, little published information is available regarding the importance of the various causes of death in chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera). In the period 1999–2013, 698 captive chinchillas from different commercial ranches were presented for necropsy at the Pathology Department (UNLP). Two-hundred and forty-four animals (35.0%) had classical enteritis, 198 (28.4%) had pneumonia, 63 (9.0%) had other infections, 40 (5.7%) had traumatic injuries, 109 (15.6%) had miscellaneous conditions, meanwhile 44 (6.3%) had no significant lesions. Although some disease processes may be underrepresented (i.e. heat stroke and the shock syndrome), the...
    - 12-sep-2017

  2. Occurrence of dioctophymosis in canines within a riparian zone of the Río de la Plata watercourse, in Ensenada, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina

    Radman, Nilda Ester; Gamboa, María Inés; Butti, Marcos Javier; Blanco, Marianela; Rube, Ana; Terminiello, Jonathan; Osen, Beatriz Amelia; Burgos, Lola; Corbalan, Valeria; Paladini, Antonela; Acosta, Roberto Martin; Rodríguez Eugui, Juan Ignacio; Borrelli, Salvador; Brusa, Mario C.; Martino, Pablo Eduardo
    Dioctophymosis is a parasitic disease occasioned by the so-called "giant kidney worm", Dioctophyme renale, a nematode with an indirect life cycle. This parasite´s definitive host is the mink, Mustela vison, though numerous wild and domestic mammals as well as man can serve as final hosts. The worms also can be in ectopic locations in the body. We surveyed 692 canines by ecography, urine sampling, surgery, necropsy, and clinical examination and diagnosed 244 cases of dioctophymosis (35.3%). Of the cases of dioctophymosis identified, 30.7% were obtained by ecography, 45.9% by urinalysis, and 17.6% by both those techniques -in addition to positive...
    - 16-sep-2017

  3. Serology and protein electrophoresis for evidence of exposure to 12 mink pathogens in free-ranging American mink (Neovison vison) in Argentina

    Martino, Pablo Eduardo; Samartino, Luis Ernesto; Stanchi, Néstor Oscar; Radman, Nilda Ester; Parrado, Eduardo Joaquin
    Background: Basic pathologic characteristics for farmed minks were previously reportedworldwide. However, its status in the wild has not been studied in detail. Also, there is a lack ofsystematic investigations from South America.Objective: Serology and electrophoresis were carried out for evidence of exposure to 12 minkpathogens on two different locations.Animals and methods: Serology was done in 87 wild minks by reference techniques againstToxoplasma gondii, Encephalitozoon cuniculi, Neospora caninum, Brucella abortus, Mycobacteriumbovis, Leptospira interrogans, canine distemper virus (CDV), canine adenovirus (CAV), canineparvovirus (CPV), rabies virus (RV), Influenza A virus (FLUAV) and Aleutian disease virus (ADV). Forthe detection of hypergammaglobulinemia (the Aleutian disease...
    - 16-sep-2017

  4. Mycoflora and natural incidence of selected mycotoxins in rabbit and chinchilla feeds

    Greco, Mariana Vanesa; Pardo, Alejandro Guillermo; Ludemann, Vanesa; Martino, Pablo Eduardo; Pose, Graciela Noemí
    Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by filamentous fungi that cause a toxic response when ingested by animals or man. Demand of natural fur, such as those from rabbit and chinchilla, produced under controlled conditions, has increased worldwide. The toxicogenic mycoflora contaminating feeds for these animals was enumerated and identified. Six of the major mycotoxins implicated in animal mycotoxicosis were detected and quantified. Moulds count ranged from < 10 to 4.710 5 CFU g-1; 14 of the samples exceeded the limit that determines hygienic feed quality. More than twenty species belonging to the five most important mycotoxigenic mould genera were recovered....
    - 16-sep-2017

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