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1 October 1992 Possible vaccine-induced Canine Distemper in a South American Bush Dog (Speothos venaticus)
Elizabeth F. Mclnnes, R. E. J. Burroughs, N. M. Duncan
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Suspected vaccine-induced canine distemper was diagnosed in a captive female bush dog (Speothos venaticus). Macroscopic lesions included mild congestion of the gastric mucosa and focal consolidation of the lung. Histopathological lesions included status spongiosis, gliosis, widespread eosinophilic, intranuclear and intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies in neurons, astrocytes and gitter cells of the cerebral, cerebellar and spinal white matter.

Mclnnes, Burroughs, and Duncan: Possible vaccine-induced Canine Distemper in a South American Bush Dog (Speothos venaticus)
Elizabeth F. Mclnnes, R. E. J. Burroughs, and N. M. Duncan "Possible vaccine-induced Canine Distemper in a South American Bush Dog (Speothos venaticus)," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 28(4), 614-617, (1 October 1992). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-28.4.614
Received: 24 October 1990; Published: 1 October 1992
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bush dog
canine distemper
case report
Speothos venaticus
vaccine-induced disease
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