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Synonyms for agalactia

a condition in which milk is not secreted in the mother's breasts after her child has been delivered

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Studies on the incidence, epizootology and development of effective vaccines for the control of contagious caprine pleuropneumonia, contagious agalactia in sheep and goats in Balochistan.
In France, CHAZEL et al., (2010) reported agalactia is most often caused by Mmc, Mcc, and Mp in goats, whilst in sheep, Ma is the most common causative species.
The reason for agalactia in the two animals in TZD group in the main study remains unclear.
capricolum, one of the causal agents of caprine contagious agalactia, on the island of Lanzarote (Spain).Vet J.
It was first reported, dating back to 1923, when Bridre and Donatien cultivated the microbe responsible for causing contagious agalactia (CA) in goats for the first time [11].
En el bovino provoca una enfermedad con diferentes manifestaciones, donde en algunos casos se presentara un sindrome clinico de tendencia aguda (infeccion accidental) caracterizado por inducir abortos, hemoglobinuria e ictericia, asi como caida brusca de la produccion de leche observandose coagulos de sangre y en algunos casos agalactia [8].
Agalactia is a lack of milk production in the absence of mammary disease.
Mastitis-metritis-agalactia (MMA) (a-gahl-ahck-te-ah) A complex disease of unknown cause, MMA is characterized by a sow having no milk (agalactia) when piglets are born.
Toxins associated with this fungus can cause lowered reproductive rates, abortion, agalactia (lack of milk), and prolonged gestation with mares.
Changes in nursing frequency or a decrease in milk production is most common in the case of mastitis (inflammation of the udder), agalactia (no milk production), or hypogalactia (low milk production).
Diseases and Conditions: The reported plants were used against following 26 diseases and conditions: agalactia, anestrus, anorexia, chronic diarrhoea, colic, constipation, enhancing milk production, expulsion of placenta, fever, foot rot, heat stroke, indigestion, traumatic inflammation, non-specific jaundice, mastitis, panting, pneumonia, uterine prolapse, red water, rheumatism, toxaemia, tympany, worm infestation and external wounds.