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Both active and inactive chorioretinitis, dog with systemic blastomycosis
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Both active and inactive chorioretinitis, dog with systemic blastomycosis

    Both active (gray area next to optic nerve head)) and inactive (black area in central tapetal fundus) chorioretinitis in a hunting dog affected with testicular blastomycosis.

Courtesy of K. Gelatt.

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Ocular Fundus