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Subject   [자료] Severe sarcoptic mange in the raccoon dog, Nyctereutes procyonoides, in Saitama and Gunma Prefectures, Japan
Title;Severe sarcoptic mange in the raccoon dog, Nyctereutes
procyonoides, in Saitama and Gunma Prefectures, Japan

Author;TAKAHASHI M(Kawagoe Sogo Senior High School, Kawagoe, Jpn)   MISUMI H(Saitama Medical School, Iruma-gun, Jpn)   NOGAMI S(Nihon Univ., Fujisawa, Jpn)   TAKAHAMA M(Saitama Medical School, Iruma-gun, Jpn)   HIRAYAMA K(Saitama Medical School, Iruma-gun, Jpn)    

Journal Title;Medical Entomology and Zoology

Journal Code:Z0441B

ISSN:0424-7086

VOL.52;NO.1;PAGE.67-71(2001)  

Pub. Country;Japan

Language;English

Abstract;Parasitological and histopathological examinations were performed on two raccoon dogs, Nyctereutes procyonoides, with severe dermatosis, taken from Saitama and Gunma Prefectures. These raccoon dogs were infected with a great number of Sarcoptes scabiei, but not with Demodex. Histopathologically, marked parakeratosis, hyperkeratosis and acanthosis were observed. Cross sections of many S, scabiei were observed in the stratum corneum, and hair follicles contained keratinous plugs instead of hair. (author abst.)


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