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POX in camels

POX in camels Definition and Epidemiology:Camel pox is one of the most important viral diseases and has been reported from all parts of world where camels are kept. Skin lesions appear 1–3 days after the onset of fever, the incidence of disease is higher in males than females, and the mortality

Mastitis in Cattle...

Mastitis in Cattle

Definition & Epidemiology: Mastitis is inflammation of the mammary gland and is mostlydue to infection by bacterial or mycotic pathogens causing abnormal milk, changes in the udder. Types of Mastitis are Subclinical, Clinical, Severe and Gangrenous mastitis. Etiology: Streptococci, Staphy

Pregnancy Toxaemia i...

Pregnancy Toxaemia in Cattle

Definition &Epidemiology: Pregnancy Toxaemia (also known as fatty liver syndrome) is a form of ketosis, is the result of fetal carbohydrate or energy demand exceeding maternal supply during the last trimester of pregnancy.  A disease that occurs when the breakdown products of fat, called

Falcon Diseases - Bu...

Pododermatitis

Bumblefoot in Falcons: Bumblefoot is very common, especially in captive kept falcons here in the Arabian Gulf. Bumblefoot, with its medical term pododermatitis, affects the plantar area of the foot. It can be differentiated in 5 grades, depending on the stage of th

C-Sections Of Dogs &...

What: C Sections ... also known as a Ceasarean ... is where we surgically remove babies from the uterus. Usually because the momma dog or cat is having trouble with a normal delivery

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