PoAstV-3 strains were previously detected only from fecal samples of healthy or diarrheic
piglets worldwide (20,22,45).
Genotyping of Clostridium perfringens isolated from diarrheic
Giardia has often been found in the feces of diarrheic
cats singly or in coinfection with T.
First report of diarrheic
shellfish toxins in mollusks from Buenos Aires Province (Argentina) associated with Dinophysis spp.
The absence of viral or bacterial cause for the diarrheic
syndrome, and the findings of intestinal microhemorrhages, determined that the condition is immune mediated, so the eHF was changed to an AAF, followed by an amelioration of the symptoms.
Successful treatment of diarrheic
calves based primarily on the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics or other antimicrobials along with administration of fluids and electrolytes for the correction of dehydration and acidemia (Roussel and Kasari, 1990; Berchtold, 1999; Senturk, 2003; Buenau et al.
Antimicrobial treatment of diarrheic
calves should be focused against E.
syndrome is the most frequent cause of metabolic acidosis in calves, especially during the neonatal period (first 28 days of life) (2).
It is an obligatory parasite and the most associated with diarrheic
diseases in the world, presented as a cyst in its resistant form (OKOH et al.
coli strains from diarrheic
rabbits in Portugal , but higher than those previously reported for resistance to tetracycline in E.
In the year 2000, we tested 300 diarrheic
stool samples and found 10% of NV and 13% of RV in children with less than 5 years of age in Facatativa-Cundinamarca, Colombia (Gutierrez et al.
3%) produced diarrheic
stool samples; of these 12 (70.
Even if the character shows signs of a dehydrated facies, there is no mentioning of diarrheic
stools or fever, so we may exclude the diagnosis of acute enteritis.
Devriese Pathogenic properties of Escherichia coli strains isolated from diarrheic
Prevalence of virulence factors of Escherichia coli strains isolated from diarrheic
and healthy piglets after weaning.