ENTEROBACTER AGGLOMERANS – A CAUSE OF STOMATITIS IN A SNAKEJournal: TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN VETERINARY MEDICINE (Vol.2, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2017-03-01
Authors : Seven Mustafa Teodora Popova;
Page : 39-44
Keywords : stomatitis; Boa constrictor imperator; Enterobacter agglomerans; Aspergillus sp.; therapy;
Microbiological investigations were carried out of material from the mouth of a common boa (Boa constrictor imperator) with signs of stomatitis, general weakening of the body, difficulty eating and breathing. In the result of the microbiological examinations of the sample from the lesions in the oral cavity were isolated Enterobacter agglomerans 5 and Aspergillus sp. Successful therapy was carried out with enrofloxacin, selected according to the results of the antibiotic gram. The dosage administered was 5 mg/kg Baytril 5 % daily by intramuscularly injection for 10 days. The local lesions were treated with a silver sulfadiazine – cream 1 % and clotrimazole – cream 1 % once a day for 3 weeks up to the recovery.
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