2009
DOI: 10.4322/rbpv.01803010
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Abstract: ResumoO presente estudo investigou a etiologia da erliquiose monocítica canina em 70 cães atendidos no Hospital Veterinário da Universidade Estadual Paulista, na cidade de Botucatu, durante 2001 e 2002. Os cães foram avaliados segundo achados clínicos, epidemiológicos e laboratoriais e pela amplificação parcial e sequenciamento do gene dsb de Ehrlichia. DNA de Ehrlichia canis foi amplificado e sequenciado em 28 (40,0%) cães. Observou-se maior frequência de animais positivos com idade até 12 meses (P < 0,05). D… Show more

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“…Similar findings were described in populations of hospitalized dogs (DAGNONE et al, 2003;NAKAGHI et al, 2008). Alternatively, no positive association UENO et al, 2009). These hematological differences might be directly related to the phase of infection at the time of sampling (HARRUS et al, 1997;BULLA et al, 2004), or a manifestation of the diverse pathogenicity of the strain (DAGNONE et al, 2003).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 72%
“…Similar findings were described in populations of hospitalized dogs (DAGNONE et al, 2003;NAKAGHI et al, 2008). Alternatively, no positive association UENO et al, 2009). These hematological differences might be directly related to the phase of infection at the time of sampling (HARRUS et al, 1997;BULLA et al, 2004), or a manifestation of the diverse pathogenicity of the strain (DAGNONE et al, 2003).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 72%
“…No entanto, maior severidade clínica da erliquiose é descrita em cães da raça Pastor Alemão, não havendo predisposição dessa raça à infecção (HARRUS et al, 1997). As alterações clínicas observadas nos cães com infecção por E. canis são condizentes com o estudo realizado por Ueno et al (2009) em cães atendidos em hospital veterinário; contudo, neste estudo, observou-se a maioria dos animais assintomáticos, por se tratar de inquérito epidemiológico.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…Similarly, 30 dogs examined at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the São Paulo State University (UNESP), in Jaboticabal city, Brazil showed no association between the hematological signs (trombocytopenia and anemia; n= 13) and serological (IFAT) positive (n= 7) or negative (n= 6) results (30) . In 70 dogs suspected of E. canis infection attended at the Veterinary Hospital of UNESP in Botucatu city, Brazil, 25 anemic PCR-positive dogs did not reveal statistical significance (P>0.05) when compared with PCR-negative dogs (3) .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some dogs are asymptomatic, and for others, the clinical manifestations are nonspecific and often involve different systems. Hematological changes during infection are highlighted by thrombocytopenia and leukopenia (2,3) . Considered a cosmopolitan disease, CME is particularly prevalent in tropical and subtropical regions, with seroprevalence between 0.7 and 86.2% (4) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%