tuberculosis

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  • noun

Synonyms for tuberculosis

TB

Synonyms for tuberculosis

an infectious disease producing lesions especially of the lungs

Synonyms for tuberculosis

infection transmitted by inhalation or ingestion of tubercle bacilli and manifested in fever and small lesions (usually in the lungs but in various other parts of the body in acute stages)

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During August 2012-February 2013, a total of 1,166 cattle at the 15 dip tanks in the study area were tested for bovine tuberculosis by using the comparative intradermal tuberculin test (CIDT).
Vaccines play a critical role in reducing the severity of Johne's disease, but using them can become a balancing act if the vaccine cross-reacts with tests for other cattle diseases like bovine tuberculosis (TB)--an issue in states where wildlife are tracking TB back into dairy herds.
Mary Gonzalez, D-Clint, has filed House Bills 1080 and 1081, joined by companion bills in the Senate, to repeal the ban on dairy permits in the area and to form a commission to research the presence of bovine tuberculosis in Mexico, where agricultural officials had suspected the bacterial disease originated.
in 2009, Prionics is the largest supplier of bovine tuberculosis diagnostic products.
There is no doubt that bovine tuberculosis is a serious problem, especially in parts of the West Midlands.
Elsewhere in the new issue, Jessica Parry of the Veterinary Laboratories Agency, Weybridge, UK, describes the control of bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in cattle; laboratory testing for M.
London, December 1 (ANI): The mystery surrounding Jane Austen's death more than 40 years ago appears to be solved with a scholar's claim that the famous novelist died from bovine tuberculosis.
Brussels will fund 224 programmes throughout the European Union (EU) next year, of which 76 and more than half the budget (Euro 174 million) will focus on 10 important diseases such as bovine tuberculosis (TB) and bluetongue.
But worse, bovine tuberculosis was introduced to the herds.
Examination of DNA from the skeletons supports the idea, based on earlier studies, that bovine tuberculosis evolved after human tuberculosis did, Hershkovitz and colleagues conclude in a report published online October 15 in PLoS ONE.
This raises a strong possibility of occurrence of bovine tuberculosis infection in humans living in the farms.
Yet in the debate on bovine tuberculosis at the Assembly only one member, Lorraine Barrett AM, spoke out against a cull.
The way the government is handling bovine tuberculosis is "fast becoming a national disgrace", the NFU has warned.
Diseases treated include hantavirus, Salmonella, bovine tuberculosis, and more exotic trans-species illnesses.
The product line includes tests for the detection of Bovine tuberculosis (Bovigam(R)) and Paratuberculosis (Parachek(R)) in animals raised as a food source.
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