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(Animal bites)
16,909 results
  • Paralytic rabies in a goat. [Journal Article]
  • BVBMC Vet Res 2018 Nov 12; 14(1):338
  • Moreira IL, de Sousa DER, … Câmara ACL
  • CONCLUSIONS: IHC revealed the widespread distribution of rabies virus antigen in the goat's CNS, contrasting the discrete pathological changes. In this goat, definitive diagnosis of paralytic rabies was obtained through the association of epidemiological, clinical, laboratorial, pathological findings (histology and IHC) and gold standard confirmatory tests (dFAT and MIT).
  • [Niños con mordeduras de animales hospitalizados en un centro de referencia de Uruguay]. [Journal Article]
  • BMBol Med Hosp Infant Mex 2018; 75(6):358-365
  • Notejane M, Moure T, … Pérez W
  • CONCLUSIONS: A total of 106 children were hospitalized due to animal bites. The most affected were males under 5 years old. Most of them were bitten at home or nearby. Dogs and rodents were the most involved animals. There were predominantly head and limb lesions, mostly mild and superficial. Complications occurred in 77.4% of cases, mainly infectious and aesthetic-functional.
  • Innovative Immunization Strategies for Antivenom Development. [Review]
  • TToxins (Basel) 2018 Nov 02; 10(11)
  • Bermúdez-Méndez E, Fuglsang-Madsen A, … Laustsen AH
  • Snakes, scorpions, and spiders are venomous animals that pose a threat to human health, and severe envenomings from the bites or stings of these animals must be treated with antivenom. Current antive...
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