Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine2008;
ALEUTIAN DISEASE SEROLOGY, PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS, ANDPATHOLOGY OF THE EUROPEAN MINK (
) FROMNAVARRA, SPAIN
Persistent, progressive infection characterized by hypergammaglobulinemia,plasmocytosis, lymphoplasmacytic infiltration of liver, kidney, spleen, lymph nodes,immunocomplex-mediated glomerulonephritis, and arteritis.In persistently infected American mink, ADV has been reported to cause uveitis,nonsuppurative meningoencephalitis, reduced fertility and spontaneous abortions,and increased susceptibility to opportunistic bacterial infections.In neonates, direct viral damage causes an acute and often fatal interstitialpneumonia.
FATAL TOXOPLASMOSIS IN SAND CATS (
)DISSEMINATED TUBERCULOSIS IN HYRAX (
SPONTANEOUS NEOPLASIA IN FOUR CAPTIVE GREATER HEDGEHOGTENRECS (
Case 1: papillary and infiltrative transitional cell carcinoma.Case 2: infiltrative transitional cell carcinoma.Case 3: endometrial polyps.Case 4: multicentric B-cell lymphoma.Case 2: