Difference between revisions of "Bronchitis"

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*[[Allergic bronchitis]]
 
*[[Allergic bronchitis]]
 
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*[[Heartworm disease]]
 
*[[Pulmonary interstitial fibrosis]]
 
*[[Pulmonary interstitial fibrosis]]
 
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*[[Bronchial carcinoma]]
 
*[[Bronchial carcinoma]]
 
*[[Kennel cough]] - ''[[Bordetella spp]]'', [[canine herpesvirus]]
 
*[[Kennel cough]] - ''[[Bordetella spp]]'', [[canine herpesvirus]]
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*[[Bronchomalacia]]<ref>Adamama-Moraitou KK ''et al'' (2012) Canine bronchomalacia: a clinicopathological study of 18 cases diagnosed by endoscopy. ''Vet J'' '''191(2)''':261-266</ref>
 
*[[Situs inversus totalis]]
 
*[[Situs inversus totalis]]
  
Clinical signs include [[coughing and [[dyspnea]].
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Clinical signs include [[coughing]] and [[dyspnea]].
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Clinical symptoms may resolve with corticosteroid inhalants such as [[beclomethasone]].
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 20:47, 31 March 2013

Bronchitis is any inflammatory disease of the canine bronchi.

Causes include:

Clinical signs include coughing and dyspnea.

Clinical symptoms may resolve with corticosteroid inhalants such as beclomethasone.

References

  1. Adamama-Moraitou KK et al (2012) Canine bronchomalacia: a clinicopathological study of 18 cases diagnosed by endoscopy. Vet J 191(2):261-266