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ATYPICAL MYCOSIS IN WILD BOARS

Popova, Teodora; Todev, Ivan

From skin of wild boars with signs of dermatitis were isolated fungi of species Penicillium verrucosum (Dierckx, 1901), and Aspergillus fumigatus (Fresen, 1863). Pathologically were stablished hepatitis and nephritis. A. fumigatus was isolated from the liver, but from the kidneys were not isolated microorganisms. The results indicate that A. fumigatus can be fungal pathogen in wild pigs with localization in the liver and, in combination with P. verrucosum - of dermatomycosis. Both types of fungi are not typical causes of skin mycoses and this is the first case of isolation in such disease

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