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(ˌɛn tə roʊ tɒkˈsi mi ə)

systemic toxemia caused by an enterotoxin.


a condition in which the blood contains toxin from the intestines.
See also: Blood and Blood Vessels, Poison
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Noun1.enterotoxemia - a disease of cattle and sheep that is attributed to toxins absorbed from the intestines
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
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For the other infectious diseases, malignant edema was recorded - 2 cases, salmonellosis - 3 cases, pasteurellosis (cattle) - 13 cases, emphysematous carbuncle (EMCAR) - 7 cases, American bee feces - 1 case, enterotoxemia of sheep - 43 cases.
Las enfermedades entericas representan una de las principales causas de mortalidad y morbilidad en crias de alpacas en las regiones altoandinas, siendo la enterotoxemia la enfermedad con mayor mortalidad (Moro, 1987).
Development of a recombinant epsilon toxoid vaccine against enterotoxemia and its use as a combination vaccine with live attenuated sheep pox virus against enterotoxemia and sheep pox.
He informed that they were vaccinating cattle against Hemorrhagic Septicemia (Gal Ghuto), Black Quarter (Choray Mar), Foot and Mouth disease, Enterotoxemia, Rani Khait and Pneumonia.
Clinico-pathologic findings of enterotoxemia in Chinkara deer (Gazella bennettii) under desert conditions in Pakistan.
1) Hypoglycemia in many avian species is associated with prolonged starvation, severe liver disease (eg, Pacheco's disease), septicemia, enterotoxemia, or endocrine disorders.
Clinicopathologic features of experimental Clostridium perfringens type D enterotoxemia in cattle.
Other possible causes include giardia, enterotoxemia, salmonella and many others.
All animals of flocks were reported to be dewormed two to three times a year and were vaccinated against Enterotoxemia, PPR, sheep pox with history of inconsistent foot and mouth vaccination.
New Hampshire veterinarians have found deer around the state succumbing to either enterotoxemia or lactic acidosis.
Bacterial DiseasesAnthrax brucellosis contagious caprine pleuropneumonia caseous lymphadenitis enterotoxemia malignant edema (gas gangrene) mastitis pasteurellosis tetanus clostridum tetan Johnes disease (paratuberculosis) and tuberculosis.
Vaccination against Enterotoxemia Pleuropneumonia Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia was also done to all the animals.