enzootic


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of a disease that is constantly present in an animal community but only occurs in a small number of cases

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Evidence for a type D-like re-tovirus in enzootic nasal tumor of sheep.
The rabies virus variant was identified as one enzootic to the silver-haired bat (Lasionycteris noctivagans).
Bovine Leukaemia Virus (BLV) (Retroviridae: Orthoretrovirinae: Deltaretro virus) the causative agent of Enzootic Bovine Leucosis (EBL) is responsible for neoplastic disease and persistent lymphocytosis of cattle (Willems and Kettmann, 2002).
Similarly, in enzootic state, KFD virus circulates through small mammals such as rodents, shrews, ground birds and an array of tick species, however, the species Haemaphysalis spinigera is considered as the main vector and maintained an enzootic in small mammal and monkeys in the forest.
Enzootic WNV transmission and human WNV disease have been reported from all 48 of the continental United States.
Prevalence of Bovine Enzootic Hematuria Detected by Urinalysis in Oxapampa, Peru
Moreover, enzootic entomopathogenic fungi may also play a role in managing this pest (Elliot et al.
Pfizer therefore proposed to divest a number of vaccine businesses: feline vaccination programmes, cattle vaccines for pasteurellosis and respiratory diseases, swine vaccines for porcine enzootic pneumonia, equine vaccines for influenza and tetanus, and several pharmaceutical areas - sedatives, antibiotics (tetracyclines, penicillins and cephalosporins) and parasiticides, and in one medicinal feed additives area - oral rehydration salts on several national markets.
Nasr El-Din Al-Tantawy, a former epidemiologist at the World Health Organization (WHO), said that the Egyptian government's efforts are not sufficient especially since the virus is now enzootic in the poultry sector.
Third, cultural behaviors of indigenous Amazonians, such as primate hunting and pet-keeping, will be addressed in terms of their role in the perpetuation of the contemporary enzootic cycle of vivax-type malarias.
Differentiate between endemic, enzootic, sporadic, epidemic, epizootic, pandemic, and panzootic diseases
Rabies should be part of the differential diagnosis of any patient hospitalized with encephalitis of unknown etiology, and rabies should be considered in people who have been bitten by a dog, especially if the bite occurs in a country where canine rabies is enzootic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.
If these diseases are maintained within an animal population and sporadically introduced to human hosts, they are referred to as enzootic.
These infections which include enzootic abortion, toxoplasmosis and listeriosis, are common causes of abortion in ewes.