Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, March 1st, 2005
According to a study from Hungary, "The author encountered a disease in association with Balantidium coli caused in 12 out of 32 swine stocks infected with PCV-2, in 37.5% of the stocks.
"Macroscopically, the discrete or diffuse diphtheroid type of inflammation in the colon or occasionally in the stomach, and the negative results of tests for Salmonellae and other bacteria drew the attention to the necessity of histological examination."
"In the course of this study," said T. Suveges and colleagues, "vegetative forms of B. coli,...
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