Pinna Parpaglia, Maria Luisa and Vercelli, Alessandro and Cocco, Raffaella and Zobba, Rosanna and Manunta, Maria Lucia Gabriella M. (2007) Nodular lesions of the tongue in canine leishmaniosis: case report. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A, Vol. 54 (8), p. 414-417. ISSN 0931-184X. Article.
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In this case report, an atypical clinical presentation of leishmaniosis in a dog with multiple nodular lesions of the tongue is described. Haematological and biochemical analysis, serological test for Leishmania infantum antibodies and biopsy samples from several nodules of the tongue for histopathological examination were made. The final diagnosis of leishmaniosis was based upon the observation of amastigotes in the bioptic samples. It is recommended to consider leishmaniosis among the list of differentials of mucosal nodular lesions, at least in endemic areas.
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