foot and mouth disease


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foot and mouth disease

n. fiebre aftosa, enfermedad viral propia de animales vacunos y equinos, y raramente trasmitida al ser humano; se caracteriza por la erupción de pequeñas vesículas en la lengua, la boca y los dedos de las manos y pies.
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The villagers were excited about the upcoming event but the sudden attack of the foot and mouth disease has worried them.
While the risk of foot and mouth disease arriving in the UK remains low, the aim of Exercise Blackthorn is to test all current contingency plans for a national outbreak of the disease.
Perhaps understandably, telling a parent that their child has hand, foot and mouth disease often results in a slightly anxious expression.
Evaluation of the presence and risk of foot and mouth disease virus by commodity in international trade.
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
There's no specific treatment for hand, foot and mouth disease but self-help measures should relieve symptoms.
The decision was based on the warning bulletin from the World Organization for Animal Health indicating the presence of cases of foot and mouth disease in the State of Mongolia.
Hand, foot and mouth disease was clinically recognized in 1957 in Toronto, Canada.
Aramaz said, "we have not yet received any information regarding anthrax, however I can definitely say that there is not any cases of foot and mouth disease in our country.
The condition, unrelated to foot and mouth disease in animals, is a mild illness with symptoms including blisters and ulcers and is common in children under the age of ten.
In the absence of any proper information rumours rapidly spread among parents that several children had contracted foot and mouth disease, the dreaded cattle virus which can prove fatal to livestock.
Two other children have also died of hand, foot and mouth disease but it wasn't immediately clear which strain of virus killed them.