ID#: 19411
This gross pathology specimen represented the intestinal tract that had been excised during a canine necropsy. This animal had succumbed to a case of histoplasmosis, due to the fungal organism, Histoplasma capsulatum. Note the generalized lymphadenopathy, especially in the area of the mesenteric lymphatics.
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Dr. J.T. McClellan, Lexington KY
Creation Date: 1968
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