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Veterinary Archives, Vol.77 No.2 April 2007. -

The aim of this study was to determine the presence of gastric Helicobacter-like organisms GHLO and consequent histopathological changes in dogs, and to evaluate different histological staining methods which are used for detection of GHLO. Stomach samples of twenty apparently healthy laboratory beagle dogs were used. In all the samples examined histopathological changes consistent with chronic gastritis were present and a large number of GHLO was noted on the surface of gastric mucosa and in the glandular luminae. For the detection of GHLO in dogs several histological methods were used. GHLO in dogs were visible in the Hemalaun-Eosin, Toulidin blau, Giemsa and Warthin-Starry methods, but the method of choice is Giemsa, since it is quick, reliable and inexpensive.

gastric helicobacter-like organisms; dogs; gastric lesions



Author: Mirna Robić - ; Department of Pathophysiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia Branka Artu

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