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Aspergillosis in penguins. Lesions found in fatal cases of captive Magellanic penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus) with aspergillosis. Air sacs thickened with abundant plaque-like caseous and necrotic debris covering the wall with greyish-green fungal (click for details)
Complement deposition (dog J). Section of myocardial granuloma from dog (click for details)
Pulmonary aspergillosis (cow 2). Taken from the edge of a lesion, as described in the previous image for cow 2. (click for details)
Nasal, sinus and orbital aspergillosis in a cat. The left nasal cavity and sinus were full of pus and debris and there was severe bone erosion from the nasal cavity into the rostromedial orbitthrough which pus was protruding (click for details)
Nasal aspergillosis in a Schnauzer. Histological section of fungal plaques removed surgically from the frontal sinus of a 5 year old Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. H & E; x 200. (click for details)
Aspergillosis in penguins. Lesions found in captive Magellanic penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus) with aspergillosis. (click for details)
Saggital section of kidney from a German shepherd dog with disseminated aspergillosis. (click for details)
Aspergillosis in penguins. Lesions found in captive Magellanic penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus) with aspergillosis as determined by histology. Larges masses formed by multiple nodules in the air sacs and in the adrenal gland. (click for details)
Rottweiler crossbred dog with nasal aspergillosis. (click for details)

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