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inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus

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Molecular characterization of a new species in the genus Al phacoronavi rus associated with mink epizootic catarrhal gastroenteritis.
In fact, Catarrhal Arbovirus fever or Blue Tongue is responsible of a serious and fatal infection for wild and domestic ruminant such as sheep [51, 67].
Catarrhal exudates in esophagus and respiratory tract and caseous material in air sacs are also common.
Within 24 h animals of the LPS/vehicle group developed acute catarrhal purulent bronchitis or macrofocal pneumonia (data not shown).
A case was defined as confirmed by a laboratory if the patient had catarrhal symptoms and a culture positive for C.
Chronic tonsilitis, catarrhal infection, or inflammation spreading from the teeth to the throat-an ailment less romantic than tuberculosis-was a far more probable cause of Keats's recurring sore throat.
The HCW experienced onset of diarrhea and malaise (nonrespiratory symptoms atypical of the catarrhal phase of pertussis) on August 26.
For example, the Maasai identified malignant catarrhal fever, a dangerous viral disease for cattle, with the reproductive fluids that calving wildebeest shed on the veld.
Studies have not found evidence that antibiotics shorten the duration of pertussis symptoms unless they are given in the catarrhal phase.
Landscape-level factors include the quality and quantity of water and forage resources, and the density and distribution of other cattle herds, as well as the susceptibility of the herd to epizootic diseases such as sleeping sickness (spread through the tsetse fly) and malignant catarrhal fever (spread through the afterbirth of wildebeest).
Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) is an infectious and contagious viral disease of sheep and goats characterized by high fever erosive lesions in the mouth catarrhal inflammation in the ocular and nasal mucosa conjunctivitis pneumonia and gastroenteritis[2].
Kali muriaticum is described by Boericke as treating chronic catarrhal inflammation of the middle ear occurring with a white or grey furred tongue and swelling of the glands and throat and where eustachian tubes are swollen and there is deafness with cracking noises on blowing the nose.
by enhancing white blood cell count; Joint health; Lower cholesterol and triglycerides, while maintaining the HDL to LDL ratio Garcinia cambogia Garcinia Helps reduce body's ability to store fat; Lowers body weight through appetite control; Lowers serum triglycerides; Creates a process in the body called thermogenesis; Helps with catarrhal conditions of the throat, urinary system and uterus Melia azadirachta L.