agalactia


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a·ga·lac·ti·a

 (ā-gə-lăk′tē-ə, -shē-ə, ăg′ə-)
n.
Absence of or faulty secretion of milk following childbirth.

[New Latin, from Greek agalaktiā, lack of milk : a-, without; see a-1 + gala, galakt-, milk; see melg- in Indo-European roots.]

agalactia

(ˌæɡəˈlæktɪə)
n
(Medicine) pathol obsolete absence or failure of secretion of milk
[C19: New Latin, from a-1 + Greek galaktos milk]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.agalactia - a condition in which milk is not secreted in the mother's breasts after her child has been deliveredagalactia - a condition in which milk is not secreted in the mother's breasts after her child has been delivered
physical condition, physiological condition, physiological state - the condition or state of the body or bodily functions
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Mycoides Cluster in Goats with Clinical Signs of Contagious Agalactia in Kordestan Province, Iran.
Contagious agalactia, a disease with the involvement of multiple organs, produces systemic infections and is supposed to be among the most serious diseases of small ruminants, produced by mycoplasmas after contagious caprine pleuropneumonia (CCPP) [1-3].
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