Glossitis of Military Working Dogs in South Vietnam: Histopathologic Observations
ARMED FORCES INST OF PATHOLOGY WASHINGTON DC
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Glossitis, known clinically as redtongue was studied in tissues from 34 military working dogs MWD in the Republic of Vietnam. This condition was manifested grossly by loss of lingual papillae on the dorsal margins of the rostral third of the tongue. Microscopically, the principal lesions consisted of loss of filiform papillae, hemorrhage and edema in the lamina propria, acanthosis, and cellular infiltration. The cause of glossitis remains unknown at this time.
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