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mas·ti·tis

 (mă-stī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of a mammary gland or udder, usually caused by infection.

mas·tit′ic (-tĭt′ĭk) adj.

mastitis

(mæˈstaɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of a breast or an udder

mas•ti•tis

(mæˈstaɪ tɪs)

n.
inflammation of the breast or udder.
[1835–45; < Greek mast(ós) breast + -itis]
ma•stit′ic (-ˈstɪt ɪk) adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mastitis - inflammation of a breast (or udder)mastitis - inflammation of a breast (or udder)
inflammation, redness, rubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat
Translations
Mastitis

mastitis

[mæsˈtaɪtɪs] Nmastitis f inv

mastitis

nBrust(drüsen)entzündung f, → Mastitis f

mas·ti·tis

n. mastitis;
chronic cystic ______ cística crónica;
glandular ______ glandular;
granulomatous ______ granulomatosa;
lacteal ______ lacteal;
neonatorum ______ del neonato;
puerperal ______ puerperal;
suppurative ______ supurativa.

mastitis

n mastitis f
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Prophylactic treatments and health control plans of dairy cattle often appear rather costly to farm managers, but researches done so far have shown that preventive measures and mastitis control plans have a relatively low input compared to the high savings they can achieve (Cook and Sharp, 2005; Huijps et al.
To reduce the SCC levels of milk, while also improving udder health, it is necessary to take certain precautions and measures such as improving milking management; improving hygiene and barn conditions; carrying out milking at uniform intervals; feeding the buffaloes after milking; and implementing a mastitis control program.
These findings will also be helpful in future for designing suitable mastitis control strategies in the country.
In Thailand, the mastitis control program including dry cow therapy has been widely used in most farms.
The present study was planned to investigate the prevalence of streak canal and intramammary infections in buffaloes and cows lacking any mastitis control program and to determine the contemporaneous association between streak canal and intramammary infections in these two dairy species.
Mastitis is a multi-etiological complex disease having substantial economical implications on the dairy industry and is still a major challenge despite the widespread implementation of mastitis control strategies.
A HACCP-based approach to mastitis control in dairy herds.
He encouraged them to take part in the DairyCo mastitis control plan and consider some changes to management decisions.
Farmers will be able to follow progress on the unit as it uses our guidance on building design, ventilation and calf and heifer rearing, implements the DairyCo Mastitis Control Plan and the DairyCo Healthy Feet programme and takes advantage of cost analysis through our Milkbench+ service.
The Bayer HealthCare Centre for Innovation and Development in New Zealand is responsible for important contributions to the animal health field, especially in the areas of mastitis control, reproduction and metabolic health management.