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intraoperative bleeding in dogs from grenada seroreactive to anaplasma platys and ehrlichia canis.frequent exposure of grenadian dogs to rhipicephalus sanguineus results in anaplasma platys, and ehrlichia canis seroreactivity. during elective surgeries, substantial intraoperative hemorrhage occurs in some seroreactive dogs.201425274547
prevalence of ehrlichia canis, anaplasma platys, babesia canis vogeli, hepatozoon canis, bartonella vinsonii berkhoffii, and rickettsia spp. in dogs from grenada.to identify the tick-borne pathogens in dogs from grenada, we conducted a serologic survey for ehrlichia canis in 2004 (104 dogs) and a comprehensive serologic and molecular survey for a variety of tick-borne pathogens in 2006 (73 dogs). in 2004 and 2006, 44 and 32 dogs (42.3% and 43.8%) were seropositive for e. canis, respectively. in 2006, several tick-borne pathogens were identified by serology and pcr. dna of e. canis, anaplasma platys, babesia canis vogeli, hepatozoon canis, and bartonella ...200818160223
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