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The following images were obtained by endoscopy of falcons with aspergillosis. A Lung Worm (serratospiculum sp.) B Lying in betweeen loops of the intestine.C An aspergillus lesion in between the loops of the intestineD Showing cranial pole (click for details)
English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained cytological smear of material obtained from the frontal sinus of a 7 year old English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. Fungal hyphae are (click for details)
Pulmonary aspergillosis (Grocott) (cow 2). Serial section of the lesion previously described for cow 2 stained by Grocott. Aspergillus spp. and Actinomyces pyogenes were cultured from the lesions. (click for details)
Retinal aspergillosis (dog J) - Section of retina from a German shepherd dog with disseminated aspergillosis. (click for details)
Aspergillosis in penguins. Lesions found in captive Magellanic penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus) with aspergillosis. Lung parenchyma with congestion, hemorrhagic and necrotic areas and with multiple white-yellowish granulomatous nodules, ranging fro (click for details)
Aspergillosis in penguins. Multiple granulomatous nodules at syrinx with necrotic debris and caseous exudates. These lesions were responsible for partial obstruction of the air passages. (click for details)
Rottweiler treated with indwelling plastic tubes. (click for details)
Meningitis (dog R). Grocott-stained serial section of the previous slide for dog R reveals the presence of fungal material at the centre of each microgranuloma. These lesions were not cultured, but Aspergillus spp. was identified by immunohistochemic (click for details)
Falcons: The following images were obtained by endoscopy of falcons with aspergillosis.A,B Thoracic airsac (T) with prominent blood vessels and a dead serratospiculum worm (W). The presence of these lung worms makes the airsac look milky. D N (click for details)

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