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Volume 14, Number 9—September 2008

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Neurobrucellosis in Stranded Dolphins, Costa Rica

Gabriela Hernández-Mora, Rocío González-Barrientos, Juan-Alberto Morales, Esteban Chaves-Olarte, Caterina Guzmán-Verri, Elías Baquero-Calvo, María-Jesús De-Miguel, Clara-María Marín, José-María Blasco, and Edgardo MorenoComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Universidad Nacional, Heredia, Costa Rica (G. Hernández-Mora, R. González-Barrientos, J.-A. Morales, E. Chaves-Olarte, C. Guzmán-Verri, E. Baquero-Calvo, E. Moreno); Universidad de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica (E. Chaves-Olarte); Sanidad Animal, Gobiemo de Aragón, Aragón, Spain (M.-J. De-Miguel, C.-M. Marín, J.-M. Blasco);

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Figure 2

Main histopathologic finding of neurobrucellosis in Stenella coeruleoalba. A) Mononuclear infiltrates in the meninges (arrow) surrounding the spinal cord; B) mononuclear infiltrate around vessels (arrow) of the cerebellum; C) mononuclear infiltrate (arrow) in the meninges around the brain; D) hyperemic vessels and mononuclear cell infiltrate in the meninges around the cerebellum (arrow). The insets correspond to amplified sections of each figure demonstrating the mononuclear cell infiltrate.

Figure 2. Main histopathologic finding of neurobrucellosis in Stenella coeruleoalba. A) Mononuclear infiltrates in the meninges (arrow) surrounding the spinal cord; B) mononuclear infiltrate around vessels (arrow) of the cerebellum; C) mononuclear infiltrate (arrow) in the meninges around the brain; D) hyperemic vessels and mononuclear cell infiltrate in the meninges around the cerebellum (arrow). The insets correspond to amplified sections of each figure demonstrating the mononuclear cell infiltrate.

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