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Mycotoxicosis induced in horses by toxic strains of Fusarium sporotrichioides


Mycotoxicosis induced in horses by toxic strains of Fusarium sporotrichioides



Byulleten Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii 25: 80-82



When a herd of horses were put out to pasture in a sheltered meadow, some began to show symptoms of toxicosis: depression, rapid pulse and respiration, profuse diarrhoea. Two stallions died, in spite of treatment with saline, glucose, sodium bicarbonate and procaine; six others recovered. The grass in the meadow was covered with a dry, brown mould. Nine different species of fungi were isolated from it, Mucor hiemalis, and especially Fusarium sporotrichioides predominating.

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