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7778 Rottweiler-mix dog (Canis familiaris), 4 years and 10 months old, male The dog was presented to the clinic with a history of recurrent cough for three and a half years associated with fever and diarrhea. Antibiotics, immunostimulating drugs, and a special diet were given. Upon clinical examination, an intense inspiratory sound was present. Radiographically, an interstitial-bronchiolar shadow was found. Endoscopically, hyperemic and slightly edematous mucosal surfaces were observed in the nasopharynx, tonsils, trachea, and bronchi. In deeper airways a mucopurulent exudate was noticed. A foreign body was not detected. Predominantly on the right side, the submucosal tissue appeared granular. Cytological examination of bronchial smears revealed hyperplastic ciliated epithelium, few squamous epithelial cells interpreted as metaplastic cells, numerous goblet cells, few segmented neutrophilic granulocytes and macrophages, as well as mucus. A lobectomy of the right middle lobe was performed, and the tissue was submitted for histopathological examination.
       

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