Systemic candidosis in a guanaco (Lama guanicoe)

Keck, N.; Libert, C.; Rispail, P.; Albaric, O.
February 2009
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;2/21/2009, Vol. 164 Issue 8, p245
Academic Journal
The article describes a case of systemic candidosis in a guanaco kept in captivity. It is noted that the postmortem findings in reported cases of disseminated candidosis include the enlargement of lymph nodes, nephritis and hepatitis. The case elaborates that systemic candidosis should be considered after ineffective antibiotic treatment in captive, stressed animals.


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