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Volume 13, Number 9—September 2007

Dispatch

Equine Rhinosporidiosis in United Kingdom

Gail Leeming*Comments to Author , Ken C. Smith†1, Mark E. Bestbier†2, Annalisa Barrelet‡, and Anja Kipar*
Author affiliations: *University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom; †Animal Health Trust, Newmarket, Suffolk, United Kingdom; ‡Beaufort Cottage Laboratories, Newmarket, Suffolk, United Kingdom;

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Figure 1

A) Section of nasal mucosa showing multifocal hyperplasia, juvenile sporangia (arrows) within the mucosal epithelium (1) and the lamina propria mucosae (2), and mature sporangia (arrowhead). A multifocal mixed inflammatory infiltrate can be seen within the mucosa. Stain, hematoxylin and eosin; magnification ×4; scale bar, 250 μm. B) Semithin section of nasal mucosa with juvenile sporangia (arrowheads) and a mature sporangium (arrow) with a lymphoplasmacellular inflammatory infiltrate within the lamina propria mucosae. Stain, toluidine blue; magnification ×10; scale bar, 40 μm.

Figure 1. A) Section of nasal mucosa showing multifocal hyperplasia, juvenile sporangia (arrows) within the mucosal epithelium (1) and the lamina propria mucosae (2), and mature sporangia (arrowhead). A multifocal mixed inflammatory infiltrate can be seen within the mucosa. Stain, hematoxylin and eosin; magnification ×4; scale bar, 250 μm. B) Semithin section of nasal mucosa with juvenile sporangia (arrowheads) and a mature sporangium (arrow) with a lymphoplasmacellular inflammatory infiltrate within the lamina propria mucosae. Stain, toluidine blue; magnification ×10; scale bar, 40 μm.

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1Current affiliation: The Royal Veterinary College, Hatfield, United Kingdom

2Current affiliation: Rest Associates, Swaffham Prior, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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