Chorioretinitis And Detached Retina as Post-Distemper Lesions in the Canine

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1975
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Milke, Barb
Carithers, R.
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In the canine species there are many causes of chorioretinitis and detachment of the retina. Among these are: fungal infections such as Blastomycosis and Cocidiodomicosis; invasion by Toxoplasma organisms; trauma to structures of the eye with subsequent hemorrhage, infection or rupture of the vitreous; tumors of the choroid or retina; parasitic larval migrans such as Toxacara vanis; progressive hereditary diseases; and those of unknown etiology.

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