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1 April 1999 Adiaspiromycosis in a European Beaver from Sweden
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An infection with the rare mycosis Chrysosporium parvum was diagnosed in a European beaver (Castor fiber) shot in northern Sweden. The animal was in normal body condition and no signs of disease were observed. In the lungs a large number of nodules, up to 5 mm diameter, were observed. A large number of adiaspores were observed in the interstitium of the lungs and in the mediastinal lymph node. A chronic inflammatory reaction dominated by mononuclear leukocytes and giant cells was observed around the spores. This is the first report of adiaspiromycosis (Chrysosporium parvum) in the European beaver.

Mörner, Avenäs, and Mattsson: Adiaspiromycosis in a European Beaver from Sweden
Torsten Mörner, Anders Avenäs, and Roland Mattsson "Adiaspiromycosis in a European Beaver from Sweden," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 35(2), 367-370, (1 April 1999). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-35.2.367
Received: 24 February 1998; Published: 1 April 1999
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