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Experimental infection of dogs with Babesia canis. I. Evaluation of leukocyte changes during the evolution of the disease



Experimental infection of dogs with Babesia canis. I. Evaluation of leukocyte changes during the evolution of the disease



Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 39(5): 745-755



Ten dogs were splenectomized and, thereafter, examined for B. canis for 30-40 days. During this period of observation they were treated with an anthelmintic (mebendazole) and, to eliminate any Ehrlichia canis infection, with tetracycline or metacycline. Two were kept as controls and 8 were experimentally infected with B. canis. Four dogs died on the 12th, 14th, 20th, and 42nd day after infection.

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