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Falcons: The following images were obtained by endoscopy of falcons with aspergillosis.A,B Thoracic airsac (T) with prominent blood vessels and a dead serratospiculum worm (W). The presence of these lung worms makes the airsac look milky. D N (click for details)
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)
Nasal aspergillosis. KOH preparation of fungal plaques surgically removed from the frontal sinus of a Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis due to Aspergillus fumigatus. (click for details)
Guttural pouch aspergillus (PAS) (horse TW). Serial section of previous slide for horse TW stained by PAS reveals the presence of fungal hyphae within the inflammatory tissue. Aspergillus spp. is the likely cause of equine guttural pouch mycosis. (click for details)
Nasal, sinus and orbital aspergillosis in a cat. Nose- severe bone erosion rostrally through the nasal bone. (click for details)
The following images were obtained by endoscopy of falcons with aspergillosis.A and B Lung Worm (S) over liver (Li) (serratospiculum seurati)C and D Aspergilloma (A) and prominent blood vessels on the caudal thoracic air sac (T). (click for details)
Discospondylitis - Radiograph of thoracolumbar vertebrae of a 2 year old, female German shepherd dog with disseminated aspergillosis demonstrating discospondylitis of T13-L1. (click for details)
Aspergillosis in an air sac of a hen (click for details)


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