The clinical and pathological features of polyarteritis occurring in a colony of beagles are described. Meningeal and cardiac arteries were most commonly involved. Amyloidosis and lymphocytic thyroiditis were also present in some of the affected dogs. The polyarteritis is probably of autoimmune origin.
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