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(Parasites involving the lung)
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  • First report of systemic toxoplasmosis in a New Zealand sea lion (Phocarctos hookeri). [Case Reports]
  • NZN Z Vet J 2017; 65(1):46-50
  • Roe WD, Michael S, … Howe L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Infection with T. gondii involving the spinal cord and nerves was the likely cause of the paresis observed in this sea lion before death. Ultimately, death was attributed to crushing and asphyxiation by a male sea lion, presumably predisposed by impaired mobility. Diagnosis of toxoplasmosis in a New Zealand sea lion highlights the possibility that this disease could play a role in morbidity and mortality in this endangered species, particularly in the recently established mainland populations that are close to feline sources of T. gondii oocysts.
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