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Staphylococcal infection of the urinary tract and its relation to urolithiasis in dogs

Staphylococcal infection of the urinary tract and its relation to urolithiasis in dogs

Veterinary Record 95(10): 204-206

Urine samples from 44 dogs with magnesium ammonium phosphate urinary calculi were examined bacteriologically; staphylococci were isolated from 31 cases. Staphylococci were found in the urine of only four of 67 dogs with other types of calculi. In a follow-up study staphylococci were found in the urine of 11 dogs; nine of these had recurrent calculi.

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