Hyperacute necrotizing pneumonia and septicaemia caused by to Clostridium perfringens in Cervus timorensis: case report
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Clostridia are uncommon causes of pleuropneumonia in wildlife In human and domestic animals,different hemorrhagic pneumonia with involvement of the pleura. In livestock, most cases are associated with sudden changes of diet, iatrogenic lesionscaused by invasive procedures such as thoracente thoracotomy, or traumatic percutaneous introduction of the microorganism.The clinical course of pleuropneumonia by clostridia infections may be very variable, although usually are associated with hyperacute or acute course and high mortality. The pr necrotizing pneumonia and sepsis caused by hyperacute fatal course, highlighting clinical, epidemiological, microbiological, and histopathological aspects.