Canine ehrlichiosis

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Canine ehrlichiosis

a fatal disease of dogs in asia, Africa, and the U.S. Caused by ehrlichia canis, transmitted by the tick Rhipicephalus sanguineus, and characterised by haemorrhage, pancytopenia, and emaciation.

Synonym: tropical canine pancytopenia.