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malignant seminoma with metastasis, sertoli cell tumor, and pheochromocytoma in a spotted dolphin (stenella frontalis) and malignant seminoma with metastasis in a bottlenose dolphin (tursiops truncatus).seminoma with metastasis was diagnosed in a spotted dolphin (stenella frontalis) and an atlantic bottlenose dolphin (tursiops truncatus). sertoli cell tumor and pheochromocytoma were also diagnosed in the spotted dolphin. the spotted and bottlenose dolphins were adult males that stranded and died on the coasts of northwest florida and southeast north carolina, respectively. neoplasia is infrequently reported in cetaceans. this is the first report of seminoma, sertoli cell tumor, and pheochromocy ...200515872383
aerobic microorganisms associated with free-ranging bottlenose dolphins in coastal gulf of mexico and atlantic ocean waters.our abilities to assess health risks to free-ranging dolphin populations, to treat live-stranded or captive dolphins, and to evaluate the risks of disease transmission between humans and dolphins have suffered from a lack of basic information on microorganisms associated with normal, presumably healthy free-ranging individuals. in order to provide these data, we sampled free-ranging bottlenose dolphins (tursiops truncatus) off florida, texas, and north carolina during 1990-2002. blowhole and ana ...200617092884
lobomycosis in offshore bottlenose dolphins (tursiops truncatus), north carolina.lacazia loboi, a cutaneous fungus, is found in humans and dolphins from transitional tropical (florida) and tropical (south america) regions. we report 2 cases of lobomycosis in stranded bottlenose dolphins (tursiops truncatus) and 1 case of lobomycosis-like disease in 1 free-swimming, pelagic, offshore bottlenose dolphin from north carolina, where no cases have previously been observed.200919331739
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