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Experimental Dermatophilus congolensis infection of dog



Experimental Dermatophilus congolensis infection of dog



Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 36(4): 316-318



Zoospores of D. congolensis when inoculated onto scarified canine skin produced more severe type pustular and exudative dermatitis than on defatted canine skin. The microorganism failed to infect intact normal canine skin. The scabs produced fell off within 120 h post-inoculation. The histopathological lesions produced were characterized by hyperaemia, oedema and polymorphonuclear infiltration in the dermis around the hair follicles invaded by the germinating mycelia of D. congolensis.

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