pasteurellosis


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Noun1.pasteurellosis - an acute infectious disease characterized by pneumonia and blood infection
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
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The main cause of death of small cattle was lack of timely vaccination, 60% of the dead cattle had liver and lung diseases, and pasteurellosis. No arsenic or cyanide were found.
Mass die-offs in their populations have been reported previously and were attributed to viral and bacterial etiologies, including pasteurellosis (2).
Veterinary experts at Kratie's provincial Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries are trying to save villagers' cattle following outbreaks of the pasteurellosis and blackleg diseases which have killed more than 20 animals in Chitr Borei district's Dar commune.
multocida in the goats in this study may not be unconnected to the influence of stress and the possible reversal of virulence in the respiratory tract as highlighted in experimental pasteurellosis of goats by Zamri-Saad et al.
Incidence of avian pasteurellosis in wild geese in captivity.
pasteurellosis, colibacillosis and salmonellosis (Suttle and Jones, 1989; Soodan et al., 2007).
Side effects in sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.) due to intraperitoneal vaccination against vibriosis and pasteurellosis. Fish Shellfish Immunol 2005; 19(1): 1-16.
Diseases prevented References (1) Furunculosis [33] (2) Columnaris disease [34] (3) Vibriosis [35] (4) Infectious Salmon Anemia [36] (5) Yersiniosis [37] (6) infectious hematopoietic [38] necrosis disease (7) Edwardsiellosis [39] (8) Columnaris disease [40] (9) Vibriosis [35] (10) Vibriosis [41] (11) Vibriosis [41] (12) Enteric septicemia [42] (13) Spring viremia of carp [43] (14) Koi herpes virus disease [44] (15) Dropsy [45] (16) Streptococcosis [46] (17) Betanoda virus disease [47] (18) Enteric red mouth disease [48] (19) Pasteurellosis [49] (20) Motile Aeromonas Septicemia [50] (21) Erythrodermatitis [51] (22) piscirickettsiosis.