Atypical Brucella inopinata–Like Species in 2 Marine Toads
Raisa A. Glabman, Kimberly A. Thompson, Rinosh Mani, Ryan Colburn, and Dalen W. Agnew
Author affiliations: National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA (R.A. Glabman); Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA (R.A. Glabman, K.A. Thompson, R. Mani, R. Colburn, D.W. Agnew; Binder Park Zoo, Battle Creek, Michigan, USA (K.A. Thompson); John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA (R. Colburn)
Figure. Celiotomy to remove ovarian mass in a marine toad (case 1). The mass was later diagnosed as Brucella inopinata–like oophoritis.
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