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Synonyms for pasteurellosis

an acute infectious disease characterized by pneumonia and blood infection

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3,6) However, there have been cases of Pasteurellosis that occurred without any animal exposure.
Epidemic pasteurellosis in a bighorn sheep population coinciding with the appearance of a domestic sheep.
Differential diagnoses of various conditions, from abdominal enlargement to weight loss are summarized, in addition to common laboratory abnormalities including anemia and urinalysis, diseases of the organ systems, infectious diseases like coccidiosis and pasteurellosis, and therapeutics using antimicrobials, other agents, and reproductive and miscellaneous treatments.
Pasteurellosis occurred in domestic turkeys, migrating waterfowl, and miscellaneous birds in Nebraska and other states (Faddoul et al.
Colibacillosis has been known to kill green finches, siskins, chaffinches and blue tits, while a wide range of birds are susceptible to pasteurellosis and yersiniosis.
Parrot disease, Q fever and pasteurellosis are among little-known diseases transmitted by pets, and the site tells of a case in which a primary school boy was mistakenly diagnosed as having influenza but after going through various hospitals it was discovered he had Q fever.
multocida is involved in avian pasteurellosis (fowl cholera) in feedyard playas; however, bovine isolates were avirulent when injected into mallard ducks.
Diseases of feedlot lambs Disease Cause Signs Coccidiosis Three to four types of Diarrhea coccidia peculiar to sheep Bloody feces Salmonellosis Salmonella organisms Depression Diarrhea Elevated temperature Pasteurellosis Several organisms Forced breathing (Pneumonia) including pasteurella Nasal discharge Elevated temperature Enterotoxemia Clostridium perfringens Sudden death (Overeating) Type D Depression Convulsion Contagious Ecthyma Virus Lesions on lips, muzzle, udder, foot, head Polioencephalamocia Acute thiamine deficiency Blindness Circling Depression Watery eyes Listeriosis L.
The preliminary cause of death of the animals is pasteurellosis.
Because of its antimicrobial properties, enrofloxacin has advantages for use in birds in treating common infectious diseases, such as Mycoplasma infection, colibacillosis, and pasteurellosis.
The disease can have a variety of causes, including the stress of adverse weather conditions, but many outbreaks are caused by pasteurellosis.
Notably, the first probable reportable case in livestock was in a sick dromedary camel and occurred during the last week of October 2010 in the Aoujeft area; the camel's signs were similar to those of pasteurellosis.
The pigs had been vaccinated against Hog Cholera and Pasteurellosis and were de-wormed 2 weeks before starting the experiment.
William Donachie's work at the Moredun Research Institute, Edinburgh, on the development of iron-regulated protein vaccines against pasteurellosis in sheep and cattle, and Pasteurella vaccine research in cattle and water buffalo by Mr.