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Are the helicobacters in animals myth or reality? 2. Preliminary bacteriological and clinical studies on dogs and cats


, : Are the helicobacters in animals myth or reality? 2. Preliminary bacteriological and clinical studies on dogs and cats. Annales de Medecine Veterinaire 143(1): 31-39

A group of 13 dogs and a cat with clinical signs including vomiting, diarrhoea, loss of appetite and emaciation and a control group of 5 healthy dogs were studied for the presence of helicobacter in the stomach by biopsy, Gram staining, urease tests, culture, and histopathology.


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