2019
DOI: 10.1590/1678-5150-pvb-6273
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Abstract: The study aimed to evaluate and compare the clinical, laboratory and pathological aspects of buffalo and bovine experimentally infected with AmRio 2 strain of Anaplasma marginale. Four Murrah buffaloes and four crossbred cattle were used in the experiment, which two animals of each species were splenectomized. Strain AmRio 2 of A. marginale was inoculated in all experimental animals. Clinical exams, Packed Cell Volume (PCV), blood counts, blood smears, rickettsemia, necropsy and histopathology were performed i… Show more

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“…Congestion and haemorrhages were also observed. In overall, the histopathological changes observed in the present study are in agreement with previous reports (Jaswal et al, 2015;Abba et al, 2016;Lima et al, 2019). It is well known that anoxia causes degenerative changes and necrosis in parenchymatous organs.…”
Section: Histopathological Observationssupporting
confidence: 93%
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“…Congestion and haemorrhages were also observed. In overall, the histopathological changes observed in the present study are in agreement with previous reports (Jaswal et al, 2015;Abba et al, 2016;Lima et al, 2019). It is well known that anoxia causes degenerative changes and necrosis in parenchymatous organs.…”
Section: Histopathological Observationssupporting
confidence: 93%
“…The post mortem examination also revealed presence of severely congested lungs (Fig 2D ), hepatomegaly with blunt edges and necrosis (Fig 2E), splenomegaly with discoloration (Fig 2F ) and distended gall bladder with dark colored bile (Fig 2G). Pulmonary congestion, distension of gallbladder, enlargement of liver and spleen has been documented in both natural and experimental bovine anaplasmosis (Jaswal et al, 2015;Abba et al, 2016;Lima et al, 2019). Splenomegaly with congestion and discoloration reported in the present study may be due to erythrophagocytosis that results in excessive destruction of defective erythrocytes by macrophages within the spleen (Devos et al, 2006).…”
Section: Gross Lesionssupporting
confidence: 55%