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Subcutaneous, deep and systemic infections

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Abstract

This chapter discusses bacterial, fungal, oomycete and other infections. A summary table is provided.

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30.2 Subcutaneous swelling and induration with draining tract in a dog infected with spp.
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30.4 Cryptococcosis in a cat. (Courtesy of R Marsella)
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30.5 infection on the leg of a dog. (Courtesy of R Marsella)
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30.6 Cutaneous ulcers and exfoliative dermatitis in a dog infected with . (Courtesy of M Saridomichelakis)
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30.7 Onychogryphosis (also known as ram’s horn nail) is a nail disorder resulting from slow nail plate growth due to infection. Note the opaque, yellow-brown thickening of the nail plate with elongation and increased curvature in this dog. (Courtesy of Photo Archive, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
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30.9 infection in a cat. (Courtesy of R Marsella)

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