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Invasive nasal and sino-orbital aspergillosis in a dog


, : Invasive nasal and sino-orbital aspergillosis in a dog. Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 59(2): 58-60

Extensive mycotic lesions of the skull bones were found post mortem in a six-year-old mongrel with mucopurulent nasal discharge of long standing.

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