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RBC Organisms

RBC inclusions

A tick born disease that affects bovines and can be seen within RBCs as cocci, rings, rods, and maltese crosses. Theileria
This RBC organism resembles a Howell-Jolly body! It is usually found in ruminants RBC's and appear as basophilic cocci, rings, drumstricks, or dumbbells. Anaplasmosis
RBC inclusion that is transmitted by ticks and other biting insects or it can be passed through a blood transfusion. Anaplasmosis
RBC inclusion found on the margin of the cells of cattle, causes anemia, looks like Howell-Jolly body. Anaplasma Marginale
An intracellular protozoan of RBCs in canines that causes anemia; that appear as tear-drops and are usually paired, lightly basophilic. Babesia gibsoni
An intracellular protozoan of RBCs in canines especially American Pit Bulls and Staffordshire terriers and causes anemia. Babesia gibsoni
Dermacentor variablilis transmits this intracellular protozoan to felines causing hemolytic anemia. Cytauxzoonosis
Appear on the RBC of felines as a signet ring. Causes severe hemolytic anemia. Cytauxzoonosis
Formerly known as Haemobartonella felis. Mycoplasma haemofelis
RBC parasite that sticks to the membrane of the cell; causes anemia; appear as dark blue cocci, rods, or rings; can be mistaken for debris. Mycoplasma haemofelis
This disease is sometimes called hemobartonellosis or feline infectious anemia. Mycoplasma haemofelis
Created by: spoitevint