wooden tongue


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Related to wooden tongue: lumpy jaw, Actinobacillus lignieresii

wooden tongue

or

woody tongue

n
(Veterinary Science) vet science the nontechnical name for actinobacillosis
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His sled had a wooden tongue in it and it slanted back over the girls' heads.
The other eye was covered with opaque goggle and the photoablated eye was protected by aid of wooden tongue depressor held by an assistant.
From the appearance and texture of the swelling, I suspected the calf could have inoculated me with one of the tenacious bacteria that cause either wooden tongue or lumpy jaw in cattle.
Most horse-powered implements were "tag along," simply connected to the horse and team by means of the universal horse harness (the hitch) trailing behind the team (the power source) and transmitting pull via a single pin, and if needed, steering the implement via a wooden tongue connected to the animals' necks.
Then, during the event's four days, we provide each attendee who visits our expo floor booth with three wooden tongue depressors for voting.
(2010) reported the classical presentation of Actinobacillus infection affects the tongue (wooden tongue) and also soft tissues such as Lymph nodes (Retropharyngeal and sub-mandibular) and other tissues of head, pharynx, chest, flank, stomach, omentum and limbs can be affected.
* Mirror & probe, Cotton swab, Glass marking pencil, Normal saline, wooden tongue spatula.
During data acquisition, a wooden tongue blade was positioned under the relevant area of tissue, excluding masseter and lower lip.
The bathroom and WC has a linoleum floor, partially tiled walls and a suite comprising of a bath with wooden tongue and groove side panelling and a wall-mounted wash hand basin.