Two month old male, German Shepherd pup was presented with symptoms of development of pustules
and erosions on abdomen.
Clinical pathologic findings were classified as follows: acute inflammation or painful lesion surrounded by erythema, edema, and tenderness; chronic inflammation, edema, tenderness, shining skin with or without desquamation, or deformation of digits; superinfection, presence of pustules
, suppuration, or ulcers; and physical disability, difficulty in walking, or gripping (if lesions were located on the hands), based on patients' statements that pain restricted their movements.
Papulopustular rosacea is defined as a skin disease with prolonged flush, persistent erythema and repeating papules or pustules
accompanied with drying, itching and burning sensations of the affected skin.
The mentioned traits were noted after appearance of the first pustule
on the leaves.
If irritated, a papule or red bump results, followed by a pustule
, and finally an abscess.
The vesicle center becomes depressed and progresses to a well-formed pustule
by the eighth or ninth day.
Disease infection type was scored by pustule
type on each plant with 0 = no macroscopic sign of infection and 4 = large uredinia and abundant sporulation.
That's where this giant pustule
forms on the crack of your ass and when it bursts open all this stinky butt-puss comes out.
On the sixth and eighth days, her pustule
fluid and urine cultures grew E.
While the others regarded this throbbing mozzie-bite pustule
with growing hilarity, I could see the panic in Pricey's eyes and dispatched her to the pharmacy.
Culture and sensitivity testing of pustule
revealed no bacterial growth after 72 hours after incubation.
Spores of this pathotype were provided by pathology section of grain department in karj seeds, sapling preparation and amendment research institute after infection of the embryos with mentioned pathotype the latent period, infection type, pustule
density and pustule
size were measured and compared.