Bacterial valvular endocarditis in a black bear from ...
|Title||Bacterial valvular endocarditis in a black bear from Labrador|
|Author(s)||S. McBurney, A. Veitch, P. Daoust|
|Journal||Journal of wildlife diseases|
|Abstract||In fall 1991, a radio-collared black bear (Ursus americanus) in northern Labrador (Canada) died from valvular endocarditis caused by coagulase-positive Staphylococcus aureus, with widespread dissemination of the infection to other organs shortly before death. Apparently, this is the first reported case of bacterial valvular endocarditis in a wild black bear.|
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