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A histological and ultrastructural comparison of the sulfur granule of the actinomycosis and actinobacillosis


, : A histological and ultrastructural comparison of the sulfur granule of the actinomycosis and actinobacillosis. National Institute of Animal Health Quarterly 20(2): 53-59

The sulphur granule of actinomycosis was large, oval or horseshoe-shaped. It contained a number of gram-positive, filamentous or short rod-like hyphae beneath clubs. Ultrastructurally, the centre of the sulphur granule was composed of a cluster of hyphae, and the periphery was surrounded by clubs arranged radially. The clubs were made of electron-dense fine granules, with a degenerated hypha at the centre. These granules varied in amount from small to large.

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