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Abstract

The number of cases of mycobacterial infections being recognised in small companion animals is slowly increasing, although it should be borne in mind that the number of confirmed cases of remains very low. However, in view of the public health implications, it is important that veterinary surgeons have access to accurate information on which to base decisions related to diagnosis and management in order to provide accurate advice to their clients. Last reviewed 2016

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Figure 7.1 Mycobacterial infection Image courtesy of Danièlle Gunn-Moore.

References

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